Lincoln Park Residence

About This Project

Influences of Eastern and European cultures are evident in this large residence that we crafted for our well-traveled client. We warmed up this expansive volume by selecting a toned French limestone floor and rich walnut architectural elements. Southeast Asian gates, a bust of Shiva and a carved Asian center table intermingle with a fine art collection that includes portraiture by Matisse, Toulouse Lautrec, Vik Muniz and Candida Hofer, creating a dynamic series of juxtapositions and cultural references. Winner of the ICAA Acanthus Award for Excellence in Interior Design.

Details

Joseph Piccillo

Joseph Piccillo (American, b. 1941), #8 both charcoal on paper from 2003.

Henri Matisse

Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954), Danseuse Au Tabouret, 1925-6, Litograph, 1 of 8 HC from an edition of 130.

Shiva

Shiva Bust & Pedestal, Riverstone, Bali

Candida Höfer

Candida Höfer (German, b. 1944), Biblioteca Geral da Universidade de Coimbra IV, 2006. Digital chromogenic print, from an edition of 6.

Vik Muniz

Vik Muniz (Brazilian, b. 1961), Jacqueline, After Picasso (Pictures of Pigment), 2007. Digital chromogenic print, from an edition of 6 + 4AP.

Roger Bissière

Roger Bissière (French 1886-1964), Jeune Femme à la Guitare (Portrait of Mousse Bissière), 1920, Oil on Canvas, 48 7/8”H X 21 3/8”W

“We all appreciated the professionalism of Suzanne Lovell, Inc. The detail of the client’s home and your team were Superior. We look forward to more work together over the coming years.”

—Randy Kurtz, Kurtz Homes Naples

“Thank you all so very much for making this beautiful home for us. The process has been incredible from day one to the wrapping up of final, tiny details. Every single member of Suzanne Lovell Inc. has been beyond wonderful.”

—Client, Chicago

“Working in tandem with a variety of artisans and craftspeople, Lovell and her team produce one-of-a-kind interior masterpieces.”

—LUXE Interiors + Design

Stair

The winding stair with boxed treads features two types of custom-turned balustrades and creates a sculptural focal point within the residence.

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