Project Description

Long Bridge - main living room

Long Bridge

Architect: Signum Architecture
Construction: Method Homes and
Fairweather & Associates
Photographer: Bruce Damonte

This home is a dialogue between art and space, and the conversation carries on in bold colors and playful geometries throughout each room. With high ceilings, garden views, and plenty of natural daylight, this timeless 1920’s house offers a dynamic canvas for modern art and life. The project, our second with this client, built off a well-established culture of trust, adventure, and learning. It required a translation of the familiar design language of our previous work, into a more sophisticated sensibility. Every move is joy-filled, in technicolor, and attuned to the everyday needs of the family.

Our client once told us he’s drawn to abstract minimalism because it offers a respite from the barrage of information and messages he processes daily. This personal introspection provided a clear approach. Throughout each room, artwork offers moments of silence and pause, cueing time for family and self. Yves Klein Blue is happening here, something to fall into. Ombre drapery pops with vibrant color and dances with light. Pieces of art in and of themselves, the furniture, textiles, and housewares complement the hard-edged abstraction of the sculptures and works on paper. Many pieces were custom designed, taking inspiration from admired artists and designers The result is a home where art, furniture, and design hang together as a collection of experiences offering both engagement and repose.

Our client once told us he’s drawn to abstract minimalism because it offers a respite from the barrage of information and messages he processes daily. This personal introspection provided a clear approach. Throughout each room, artwork offers moments of silence and pause, cueing time for family and self. Yves Klein Blue is happening here, something to fall into. Ombre drapery pops with vibrant color and dances with light. Pieces of art in and of themselves, the furniture, textiles, and housewares complement the hard-edged abstraction of the sculptures and works on paper. Many pieces were custom designed, taking inspiration from admired artists and designers The result is a home where art, furniture, and design hang together as a collection of experiences offering both engagement and repose.

Long Bridge - living room table
Long Bridge - dining room view
Long Bridge - sofa

Our client once told us he’s drawn to abstract minimalism because it offers a respite from the barrage of information and messages he processes daily. This personal introspection provided a clear approach. Throughout each room, artwork offers moments of silence and pause, cueing time for family and self. Yves Klein Blue is happening here, something to fall into. Ombre drapery pops with vibrant color and dances with light. Pieces of art in and of themselves, the furniture, textiles, and housewares complement the hard-edged abstraction of the sculptures and works on paper. Many pieces were custom designed, taking inspiration from admired artists and designers The result is a home where art, furniture, and design hang together as a collection of experiences offering both engagement and repose.

Long Bridge - resting area
Long Bridge - table

Architect: Signum Architecture
Construction: Method Homes and
Fairweather & Associates
Photographer: Bruce Damonte