Bespoke, design, Evelyn Waugh, Gary Inman, Glave & Holmes Architecture, Hotel & Home, interior design, Kevin Lipnicki
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.
Sebastian Settle, an Arts and Crafts Movement inspired design by Gary Inman and Joseph Elko. The bench is named for the lead character in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisited.
A vintage inspired roll-top concierge desk for Pinehurst Resort, designed by the Hotel & Home team in collaboration with furniture-maker, Tim McCready.
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.
david cooley said:
Very nice. I like the bench, tucked inside the entry overhang. Kevin’s piece is as usual inspiring. And the roll top mimics my grandfather’s, a piece I dearly love.
John Crank said:
Congratulations Glave & Holmes team. Beautiful work as always.
Gary S. said:
Designs are always tasteful and so thoroughly thought out that no other piece could compliment its surroundings as well.