This master suite's vestibule was designed in a half-elliptical shape, turning it into an intriguing little jewel box. Its graphic styling mimics the building's windows. The artist-built door is made of curved metal and glass.
A series of pilastered arches frame the view from the dining room to the glass doors of the library. Intermediate “vestibules” help to formalize the entry to the dining room and living room from the entry without the use of doors.
An interior challenge was to transition from formal to informal spaces. Daniel Contelmo Architects accomplished this by minimizing the detailing of moldings in the informal spaces, and adding beading in the ceiling and oak accents in beams and mantels.