Today, New York Design Agenda brings you another post about one of Top design firms, in the beautiful New York City,Hamilton Design Associates. We will also present you with some of their most gorgeous interior projects.
Ellen Hamilton has spent more than three decades helping the clients create beautiful and personal homes for themselves.
In 1984, after earning a bachelor’s degree in interior design from Philadelphia’s Drexel University, she moved to New York, where she worked with several leading architecture and design firms, including Peter Marino and Fox & Fowle Architects. She then opened her own design firm in Chelsea, Hamilton Design Associations, to pursue her passion for bringing to life her clients’ vision of beauty. In 1996 she transferred her business to an intimate storefront in Brooklyn Heights, near her home in neighboring Cobble Hill. There she served clients from the neighborhood and beyond, and she continues to do so from her current quarters in Manhattan, a loft overlooking historic Union Square.
Long Island Retreat
Located in the Long Island village of Bellport, this classic shingle-style home underwent a renovation and expansion while staying close to its Colonial-style roots. Classic beach house style was distilled to its essence.
This magnificent double-height Manhattan apartment was designed in 1904 as an artist’s studio in a Renaissance-style building by the architect Charles Platt. The color scheme was inspired by frescoes by the early Renaissance painter Fra Angelico at the Convent of San Marco in Florence.
This weekend home in Quogue, Long Island, is highly personal and was designed around a collection of art and objects, many of which were collected by the client’s father. The color scheme was influenced by the landscape paintings of the English romanticist J. M. W. Turner.
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