If you are not yet familiar with the work of designers Eline Hissink and Scott Yasharian, you should definitely take a look.
This mid-century home designed by Eline Hissink and Scott Yasharian boasts some of the best and most stunning original mid-century modern furniture we have seen in a long time. With clean lines and a minimalist look that is almost effortless, the furniture brings a new look to this unique home. Let’s take a look!
Hissink has an enviable portfolio, having worked for the world-renowned fashion houses of John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, and Donna Karan.
“We chose this location because we wanted to be able to walk to the beach, but we needed to be near restaurants,” Hissink said of their neighborhood.
Both the interior design and building’s architecture were planed simultaneously. A wall of vertical red cedar siding in the living room instantly became a focal point, from conception. “Without it, the whole living room would have been different,” Hissink said.
Instead of cutting oval, three-dimensional Heath tiles in the powder room to fit the wall, the wall size was determined by the measurements required for uninterrupted, whole tiles. Hissink drew the width of the grout lines on the wall as a guide.
In the study, the quintessential mid-century modern Fabricius & Kastholm bo-555 writing desk had not been manufactured for more than two decades when Hissink tracked down the original technical drawings of the desk and commissioned a Danish craftsman to create the piece.
In keeping with Hissink’s laser-focused attention to detail, the cut of the floating walnut drawers on the desk mirrors the cut walnut used in built-in cabinetry elsewhere in the room.
Photos © Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times
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