Friday, September 24, 2010

Designers at The Aldyn: Lambertson Truex and Patrik Lonn

I could have spent all day in the room designed by Lambertson Truex and Patrik Lonn at the American Fashion: Designers at The Aldyn showhouse last week.  Not only was the room spectacular but Richard Lambertson and Patrik Lonn (above) were so nice.  I had a great time chatting with them both about design, travel, blogs, and fashion.  The Lambertson Truex design duo has created an accessories collection for Tiffany & Co. which inspired interior designer Patrick Lonn to design the room as a space for the "luxury lifestyle enthusiast."  It featured some of the pieces from Tiffany's as well as the same fabric used for the bags.  Patrik is Swedish so the room also includes modernist Scandinavian pieces in addition to custom made furniture.  The designers say in the program, "the result is a beautiful space inspired by classicism and timeless design - a space made for modern living." I couldn't agree more!  Enjoy!

Photos by Heather Clawson for Habitually Chic


Sarah from said...

The gold lampshade vignette makes my soul sing! It's almost zen, but with extra zing. And, I would be happy to dine at any table with a little blue box at my place setting. But this chandelier screams luxe! Thanks for letting us have a peek!

NYCLQ said...

Beautiful and inspirational posts this week! Thanks for sharing... And congrats to you on all your new press!

:D Lynda

MUvement said...

I love the amazing art on the walls. Gorgeous space!

Teresa@Splendid Sass said...

Absolutely gorgeous, and I don't usually love modern decor. The scandinavian pieces and the Tiffany boxes definitely add a lot! I love this room!
Have a nice day, Heather.

HauteZone said...

I love this room! Patrik is an amazing designer and an even better person. His Swedish roots are evident in the space as is his sense of humor. Yet the mood remains masculine and sexy.

The pairing of Richard (Lambertson Truex) and Tiffany is as exquisite. I simply adore their wares. Have you seen the Tiffany clutches? Double gasp!

I would love to see further collaborations from the two of them. Major class acts like theirs are hard to find.

Joy Moyler

ArchitectDesign™ said...

beautiful room -i see they have the same ugly airvent to contend with that I have in my own apartment! Who's the architect who decided to put it THERE?! argh!

cailen ascher said...

loving the retro/modern mix. this place is totally glamorous : )

Connie @ SogniESorrisi said...

Love the eating area--that light fixture is to die for.

Hope you have a wonderful weekend!

Pergolina said...

oh the beauty of it all.
you are my coffee in the morning blog thank you
p 2 Pergolina

Alcira Molina-Ali said...

OMG, red lacquer and rock crystal can do no wrong in my book. And that python purse...pure splendor.

Karena said...

Heather, It is truly great design work! I love the pops of red and the artwork is fabulous!

Art by Karena

Cristin @ Simplified Bee™ said...

Beautiful design! Indeed it is timeless. The chandelier is stunning. Love the pops of red too!

Nice meeting you at the Rue party!


Annie@A View On Design said...

oh you lucky devil having a chat to these fella's. tho their work is quite masculine, I still like it! (where's the florals!) lol

Claudia Juestel said...

Simply fabulous!!

But now that someone mentioned it, those air vents could have been addressed to tone down their appearance. The English have the best choices to disguise heaters, vents etc. in most attractive ways.



jones said...

I love this space. Could I please reserve the handbag?
Thanks for always showing the best of the best. Mary

Kimberly Grigg said...

WOW! How much fun did you have?! Can you please reserve me a seat at the Tiffany-clad table? Who needs food when there is a dinner of gifts served in little blue boxes?! :) LOVE the fabulous chandelier, as well!

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