Console by Gilbert Poillerat in wrought iron with travertine top, France c. 1940.
Suzanne Lovell Inc. invigorated this lakefront residence in a full-scale, luxury interior renovation, and specified an impressive collection of Art Deco and Modern furniture in close partnership with sophisticated Clients. This project, housed in a pre-war building in Chicago by esteemed architect Howard Van Doren Shaw, won the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art Acanthus Award for Excellence in Interior Design in 2016.
“Suzanne, your artistic vision, eye for detail and support of your client’s voice in the process is without equal. Your sense of humor is pretty great too!”
“Suzanne interprets the personal vision of her clients so the combination of art and appropriate furnishings form the heart of an approachable environment.”
“Thank you all for giving us the luxury of such magnificent talent!”
Custom-designed door hardware with Nanz in antique brass with Nero Portoro stone door base, casing and plinth.
Important pair of Maison Jansen designed Modernist consoles, France c. 1950s in gunmetal and patinated bronze with black granite tops.
Karen Gunderson (American, b. 1943), Churning Sea, A Mobius Moment, 2007, oil on canvas.
White opaline glass plates mounted in gilded bronze frame by Jean Perzel, France c. 1930s.
Eugène Printz, Modernist commode with five drawers in palm wood veneer with gilt bronze hardware and base. This is a very rare example of Printz’s all-over veneer technique.
Pair of wrought iron and brass five-petaled flower form andirons, France, 1900-1910, by Louis Majorelle. Greige onyx mantle.
Set of 8 Danish dining chairs by Neils O. Moller c. 1960 around a Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret teak dining table, 1963, from Chandigarh, India.