|View from Terrace to Swimming Pool at Killenworth, George Dupont Pratt House, |
Glen Cove, New York, circa 1918.
|View from Terrace to Swimming Pool at Kenarden Lodge, John Stewart Kennedy House, |
Bar Harbor, Maine, Summer 1920.
|View to Kitchen from East Flower Garden and East Flower Garden Pergola at Chatham, |
Colonel Daniel Bradford Devore House, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1927.
|Flower Garden at Mrs. Francis Lemoine Loring House, Pasadena, California, Spring 1917.|
ALSO AVAILABLE this spring is the first monograph on designer Jennifer Post. Written by Anna Kasabian, Pure Space showcases twenty of the designer's elegant, minimal interiors. According to Kasabian, Post's work "emphasizes clear spatial organization on a primary axis, and adheres to strict rules of balance, continuity, and clarity of forms. When she introduces color or luxurious textures, they are in moderation and always come with a very specific purpose." Post is the principal and visionary of her firm Jennifer Post, Inc., which functions as an interior architecture firm as well as a full-service interior design firm. Her work has been published in Architectural Digest, the New York Times, Metropolitan Homes and others. Published by Rizzoli New York.
Here is the ultimate feminine dressing room, with the sexy temptress Marilyn, shades of white,
a lounge chair by Ligne Roset, and a dressing table by J. Robert Scott. © Roger Davies
Delicate stiletto-legged furnishings anchor the elegance while keeping the peace of the place.
The clear glass table was designed by J. Robert Scott, and 1950s Italian modernist chairs are by Paola Buffa. © Michael Moran and Antoine Bootz
This bedroom sits on a corridor of glass, keeping it open to the views. Glass goes opaque at the
press of a button. © Ken Hayden
The pool provides a focal point for public and private rooms. Whether gray sky or blue, this view holds the peacefulness of the place in check. © Roger Davies