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What everyone should learn from Handel Architects – Archetype Lighting

What everyone should learn from Handel Architects

Update for the week of September 23, 2017

BOYD MOVES BEYOND RESIDENTIAL

Under the design leadership of Director of Interiors, Richard Felix-Ashman, Handel Architects explores all dimensions of the residential and hospitality experience. With large-scale, multi-unit residential projects as well as smaller scale hospitality projects across the country, their emphasis on quality of design and fabrication draws them repeatedly to Boyd Lighting.

Read why Handel Architects chooses Boyd for both residential and hospitality projects. 

6 QUESTIONS WITH FELIX-ASHMAN
WHY BOYD:
“It is so important to support fabricators and artists that value material quality and detailed design: we feel it’s our remit as designers to provide this support.”
– Richard Felix-Ashman

STORYTELLING WITH BOYDIn Boston’s tallest residential tower, Handel Architects developed a story line based around the 1968 film “The Thomas Affair” to influence the interiors. In the Millennium Tower’s lounge, Boyd’s Abacus Table Lamps capture the era perfectly.

“Whether residential, hospitality, or commercial, the story is the foundation for the final experience, and each piece needs to support that vision,” said Felix-Ashman.

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DESIGNING SAN FRANCISCO’S MOST EXPENSIVE HOME2712 Broadway sold for $40 million so material quality, fabrication and beautiful details were key. As such, Handel Architects chose a pair of Boyd’s Icicle Drop Sconces in Antiqued Boyd Brass for the mater bath.

“The Icicle Drop Sconce is such a unique design, and I felt that its architectural form was very striking viewed in perspective and in elevation,” said Felix-Ashman.

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BECAUSE:“The bathroom is long and narrow, and each vanity mirror called for pairs of sconces that were slender, delicate, yet architecturally strong. I also love the regional story of Boyd.”READ MORE
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