Brooklyn-local designer Isabelo Satori of the design firm and architectural company Isabelo Satori│Station Haus presented a beautiful jewel box study at the Brooklyn Heights Association’s recently-unveiled Fall 2019 Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse.
Satori’s design goal is to introduce unexpected items to his clients, and here we see a great example of that mission.
The contemporary space is filled with coffee table photo books, a clever blend of art pieces, lively plants, and a host of eye-catching accessories that draw your eye around the relatively tiny room.
Each artistic item makes the moody room – which is filled with shadows and sunbeams as the natural light changes – feel like it has been curated over many years of the resident’s collecting. There’s a blend of cozy favorites and brand new details on display throughout the study.
“I wanted to create a comfortable space using a mix of colors & textures in the room,” the designer shared on Instagram about the inspiration at work.
“Everything has a very tactile quality to it, even the smoothness of the faux tortoise resin side table from Maison Gerard by Pinto Paris.”
The designer worked with a variety of brands, artists, and vendors to outfit the charming showhouse space in a cohesive way.
This great list includes Ressource, Wexler Gallery, Doris Leslie Blau, Laidman Fabrication, Hans Bergström, Kastholm & Fabricius, Brown Harris Stevens, Engel and Völkers, and more.
This year’s Brooklyn Heights Association architectural preservation fundraising showhouse on Pineapple Street will only be on display to the public through November 3.
If you live in the area or you’re visiting New York soon, you will be able to take in the artistic mystery of Isabelo Satori | Station Haus’ latest creation in person.
Can’t make it in person and don’t want to miss a single detail of the showcase?
Make sure to stay tuned for more of House Tipster Industry’s coverage of the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, coming soon to our website.