Interior designer Amy Lau Design spouts not only in-depth knowledge but also avid enthusiasm for her highly curated brand of interior design project—spaces acutely tailored to their occupants through couture furnishings, inventive palettes, and rare and exquisite artworks that either lie at the cutting edge of collectibility or rest stealthily at the heart of a genre awaiting discovery.
Darting from one project to another and issuing taut directives, Lau radiates the sort of visionary energy her design heroes, Louis Comfort Tiffany and Mary Coulter, did. Like they, she takes a no-holds barred approach to design, rallying a team of expert craftsmen to imprint most every type of decorative art in almost every imaginable material with an artful sensibility worked out through a pain-staking collaborative process. Lau’s design is steeped in scholarship, in nature’s lush forms and hues, in the cloaked details of her clients’ lives, and in the sensitive perceptions of gallery owners and artists who devote themselves to breaking visual ground.
When she was recently commissioned by two businessmen to design the interiors of their 2500-square-foot apartment in New York’s Chelsea district, she characteristically turned to a canvas for inspiration. In this case, it was one that already belonged to the owners.
“They had a painting by Rex Ray and as soon as I saw it, the concept hit me. I knew they’d be interested in a playful, colorful, and sculptural interior with a biomorphic look.”
LIVING ROOM, VIEW OF SHELF UNIT AND TWO CHAIRS, RUG, SIDETABLE:
Part of a budding painting and glass collection the two owned, the Rex Ray artwork displays fluid biomorphic forms that suggested an interiors scheme rooted in contemporary and vintage biomorphism and a palette predominated by browns, yellows, greens. “The first thing I did was look into the artist,” recalls Lau, “and I found that he worked with Elson & Company to create a Tibetan hand-knotted rug.” The rug formed the basis for subsequent purchases that shared the free form sensibility. An unattributed Scandinavian wall-hung shelving unit bought at Wright Auction, a biomorphic inlaid wood table by Nino Zoncada, and pair of sumptuous biomorphic chairs by George Nelson shape a secondary living room seating area that is as visually arresting as it is comfortable.
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Living Room,View of Shelf Unit and Two Chairs, Rug, Sidetable Apartment
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