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Project 01

Project 01

This private residence located in Beirut can be thought of as an “experience by square meter”. Using the freedom to create individual moods within the open spaced shared area of the home, the carefully chosen art and objects, furniture, and finishings, nourish each other by being given space equally, allowing them to shine and express themselves. The aesthetic is built upon craftsmanship and creativity, to create a “quilt”, not unlike one would find within a city, where its neighborhoods, monuments, gardens, and streets are blended together to create one dynamic experience...  Read More
Beirut, 2013

Project 02

Project 02

This private residence, owned by an important collector of art and design, is an ode to their passion of this pursuit, and a testament of how to live with these pieces. This collector is eclectic, which is seen through the different styles of vintage and contemporary pieces living together in their home. The grounding vintage pieces of their collection are in the Brutalist, 1970s style. While Brutalist architecture is restrictive, the objects and furniture of this period tend to break the mold of this category, and go beyond pure function. Their shapes are liberated, with a taste of sci-fi; thus the materials chosen and custom pieces designed by Gregory to outfit the rest of the apartment, were directly influenced by this movement... Read More
Beirut, 2016

Project 03

Project 03

This project is a penthouse residence in the Achrafieh area of Beirut for an international client who is an art and design enthusiast. Located on the 27th floor, with sweeping views of the city, the contemporary open space loft became a canvas to fill with eclectic design pieces and custom made site specific art. The use of light was very important in this home, and Gregory was able to experiment with this aspect, through the usage of various materials, primarily glass and mirrors... Read More
Beirut, 2010

Project 04

Project 04

An expansive, multi-level residential project overlooking the Mediterranean Sea was designed to give an airy mood, while using custom finishes and design pieces that are easy to live with. The entrance to the residence was designed by Gregory using white and black marble in a geometric patterned motif. The idea was to make the hallways visually interesting as a piece of art, and have it be a first stop before entering the home of the client... Read More
Beirut, 2015

Project 05

Project 05

This residential project was created for an important collector of design, in downtown Beirut in a post-war renovated building. The mood for the style of the home was intended to be a love letter to Beirut nights and the long venerated reputation of Lebanese hospitality. If one has ever visited the capital, it can be decidedly described as a beautiful, chaotic mess — with its inhabitants left to create something inviting and comfortable for their guests, which is always done with warmness, style, and generosity in abundance... Read More
Beirut, 2018

Project 06

Project 06

This residential project in Beirut has a contemporary open space layout which lends the final result to feel like a gallery space. Housing many important design pieces, the wide rooms let each piece breathe and be marveled at, without feeling overwhelmed. The polished concrete floors throughout the main areas of the give a NYC downtown loft-like feel to the residence, and create a canvas for the furniture. In the sitting room area, recessed custom bookshelves line the area, and are mixed with two essential Eileen Gray designs: the Transat armchair and the Adjustable Table E 1027, sourced from ClassiCon... Read More
Beirut, 2011

Project 07

Project 07

When one steps foot in your home as a guest, what feeling and mood do you wish to impart on them? This question was the starting point for this apartment of a young entrepreneur couple. They entertain often, and thus had specific needs to create a home that is also used for this purpose. Inclusion and ease, metaphorically and practically speaking, are key to creating a space that makes having guests and organizing gatherings, to become something pleasurable for both the host and one coming into your personal home... Read More
Beirut, 2013

Project 08

Project 08

Sourcing pieces by the Italian and French midcentury design masters to sit in this sky-high residential home in Beirut became a driving force of this project. The dining room features the Africa Series Chairs by Tobia Scarpa, which sit under a magnificent chandelier by Hans Agne Jakobsson. Appliques by Sarfatti flank a Ponti Credenza in the same room. All Italian Vintage pieces were sourced from Gate 5 Gallery. In the living room, a sunken bronze bar, doubling as a coffee table, by Alain Delon are accompanied by eclectic furniture from Gio Ponti, Jean Prouve, and Pierre Guariche. Read More
Beirut , 2019

Project 09

Project 09

Materials, and their varied forms, are the key concept of this residential penthouse. The impressive dining room wall was commissioned by Marylynnn Massoud and Rasha Nawam ceramics, where they installed a site-specific raku wall sculpture, measuring 9 meters x 4 meters. The Kinetic Brass Chandelier, designed by Gatserelia, hangs in the room, above the dining table by designer Valentin Loellmann, from Galerie Gosserez. Read More
Beirut, 2018

Project 10

Project 10

This residential project in Dubai uses the natural elements to highlight the interiors of the home. The courtyard, where the pool sits, becomes the focal point of view, with floor to ceiling windows used in every room ringing the space. The stained glass panels that are installed in one of the sitting rooms overlooking the courtyard, are by Guido Polloni from 1973 and were acquired from Galerie Yves Gastou. The abundance of sunshine that comes to this home, played directly into this particular choice of decoration, likewise the polished white cement and white Stoleru sofa by Martin Szekely and Mew Table by Zaha Hadid, reflect the light and respect the sweeping open space.  Read More
Dubai, 2017

Project 11

Project 11

Collectible Design was carefully chosen to be incorporated into this private home. In the dining room area, Ross Lovegrove was commissioned to create a table that would become the centerpiece of the room. He chose a lime green plane which sits atop organic free form feet. Complimenting the table, is a chrome pieces by Tony Cragg. A Robert Longo tiger, also watches over the room from the wall. A Frog Table by Hella Jongerius from Galerie Kreo is perched upon another level of the house. Read More
Beirut , 2009