Long before she designed the blood-spattered walls of the Dexter (the Showtime 2006–2013 series) dining room, Amy Lau founded her interiors firm, Amy Lau Design, where she creates rooms that are organized according to modernist principles.
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Specializing in modern spaces that are more “curated” than “decorated”, Amy Lau manages to balance scale, texture, shape, color and function. Lau is known for crafting original and personal surroundings that filter various styles, objects and preferences through the lens of modernism. This process results in spaces that are refined and elegant extensions of clients’ interests.
The following 7 installations are site-specific, meaning that each piece of art was built for that special time and space. Let’s take a look at the most astonishing art installations designed by Amy Lau Design.
- VINTAGE GLASS SCULPTURE WITH CUSTOM BRASS ARMATURE – 196 glass pieces, by Vistosi
- BIJOU – Porcelain wall installation, by Jennifer Prichard
- AGGREGATIN – Hand-formed ceramic discs sculpture, by Masami Tsuchikawa
- THE GIFT – 1500 hand-cast resin pieces to create archway, by Chris Klapper
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- SPRINT – Wall sculpture in paint, wood, magnets, steel, by Susan Weinthaler
- POOL – Porcelain wall installation, by Jennifer Prichard – Commissioned for Tribeca Triplex
- MYCORRHIZAE – Botanical mobile, by Kevin Inkawhich
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