Artist and educator, Josef Albers, was one of the most influential figures in the study of color theory. His wife, Anni Albers was equally influential in her exploration of pattern and textile design. I am profoundly inspired by both of them, and these interiors are built around their work.

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Albers Interior I

Wide Light Screenprint by Josef Albers; Wall Hanging by Anni Albers.

Sofa by Jens Risom from 1stdibs, Ven Credenza by Jens Risom and Chris Hardy from Design Within Reach.

Mid-Century Tripod Lamp, Metal Drum Side Table, and Bellow Shag Rug from West Elm.

Elke Glass Coffee Table from Crate and Barrel.

Paint: Benjamin Moore – Celestia Blue; Floor: Variano Painted White Oak; Mantle: Milwaukee “Cream City” Brick.

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Albers Interior II

Black White Red Wall Hanging by Anni Albers; Transformation of a Scheme No. 19 Structural Constellation by Josef Albers.

Helix Floor Lamp and Pole Light from The Future Perfect.

Line Console by Nathan Yong, Atlas Side Table by Brad Ascalon, and Index Coffee Table from Design Within Reach.

CH163 Sofa and CH25 Easy Chair by Hans Wegner, Safari Chair by Kaare Klint, and 45 Chair by Finn Juhl from Danish Design Store.

Kilkenny Rug by Eileen Gray from ClassiCon.

Floor: Reclaimed Chestnut with Barley Finish from The Hudson Company; Mantle: Black Marble.

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Albers Interior III

Painting, Skyscrapers (sandblasted glass with paint), Writing Desk, Tea Table, Model TI244 Armchair, and Daybed by Josef Albers

Red Meander (Weaving) by Anni Albers

Bentwood Office Chair, Mid-Century Task Table Lamp, and Kite Wool Kilim Rug by West Elm

Dornstab Floor Lamp by The Future Perfect

Transat Chair by Eileen Gray

Reclaimed Heart Pine Floor by The Hudson Company

Interiors – Josef and Anni Albers | 2016 | Interiors