Billy Baldwin is a recognized master of new York decorators, known for his impeccable style and a penchant for a bright “expressionist” palette. Baldwin’s work has a stunning chic that has nothing to do with vulgarity – an effect that designers are still trying to achieve, inspired by Baldwin’s interiors.
Decorating is about color
Billy Baldwin was born on may 30, 1903, and spent his childhood and youth in Baltimore, Maryland. The first impression that had to do with art, Billy received at the age of ten, accidentally met in a theater box with the artist-Fauvist Henri Matisse. Continue reading
While other famous designers created interior art objects that were not suitable for living, sir Terence Conran put convenience first. Knighted for his services in the field of design, Conran was influenced by the whole British way of life and lifestyle. Let’s find out how one of the most influential designers in the world sees a modern interior.
Design to the masses
The future founder of The London design Museum was born in 1931 to a South African businessman. At 21, Terence graduated from the Central school of Art and Design. In 1951, he took part in his first professional project — creating the interior of a seaplane. A year later, he opens a furniture Studio Conran & Company. Continue reading