greeted in the foyer by carefully placed artifacts on a custom bi- the wife. “i had the artist Miro in mind when i wanted something
level table. immediately, it is easy to see wolf's sure hand. "i try to midcentury modern-like to divide the space into two," adds wolf,
make most things meet at a center point," explains the designer. “and we found designers egawa + Zbryk in Kansas City, Missouri,
"when things line up, it gives a space a sense of tranquility."
who created a screen to give the living area a sense of intimacy
for the gracious, light-filled dining room, where the couple while at the same time allowing a visual connection to the
often entertains, wolf designed a large silver-leafed back-lit kitchen." Curvy Vernon pantor dining chairs echo the screen’s
panel as an architectural feature. while the custom piece is a contoured shapes, and a modern stove is seamlessly integrated
striking element, the space retains a subdued elegance, thanks into the dark gray kitchen counter. for the floors, wolf wanted to
in part to the sleek dining room furniture from wolf’s Vw home "give the sense of stone that flows from the outside to the inside."
showroom. "My detailing looks very simple," he says. "the subtlety
in the stair hallway, wolf placed a sculptural pair of wooden
of it escapes you until you really see it."
ladders from the dogon tribe in africa in the curve of the winding
in the dramatic family room, “the high ceilings were inspired by main staircase. the infusion of natural material in this dramatic
the living room of the previous building we demolished," explains contemporary space, where light plays within the volume and