Husband and wife Tim Stokes and Nathalie Wolberg left their pint-size Parisian apartment behind to undertake a hands-on renovation of an industrial, 6,000-square-foot warehouse in Antwerp, Belgium. A series of artworks by Tim, including a sculpture that emits a soft glow, accent the pristine space.
Outside Paris, Nathalie owns an architecture studio that also experiments with lighting and interior design. Soft, recessed lights interact with mostly white surfaces at the three-level space, located in a former printing house from the 1950s.
Baby Max’s bedroom (in his parents' Los Angeles A. Quincy Jones house) is outfitted with a custom “I brake for unicorns” neon sign is from Let There Be Neon, a shop in New York City.
Margarita McGrath and Scott Oliver of Noroof Architects termed the 1,650-square-foot house in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, “Pushmi-Pullyu,” in reference to the interior-exterior flow they created. Resident Jill Magid, pictured on her front steps with son Linus, is a conceptual artist; she fabricated the neon house numbers.
On a concrete wall near the stairway of this stunning California home hangs an artwork that depicts the family's children. Resident Nick Bancroft conceptualized the piece with painter Bryce Chisholm and artist Jeff Johnson, who did the custom neon work.