Bespoke is a lovely English word, associated with fine Savile Row tailoring. In recent years, furniture makers have adopted the term to describe hand crafted furniture designed and built for a singular client.
Glavé & Holmes Architecture has a long history of these unique commissions to create one of a kind furniture, lighting, wallpapers, rugs, and fabric. Each is a reflection of the individual character and desires of the client and adds distinctive heirloom character to their hotel or home.
The Hotel & Home team partnered with Kevin Lipnicki to create an Asian style sideboard in ribbon mahogany. The marble top makes it a perfect surface for culinary presentations while the case houses media equipment. Created for the Robert H. Smith Center at Repose, the 11,000-square-foot house atop Montalto, the Thomas Jefferson Foundation.