Design wise beyond their years
“It’s glamorous and bold. It’s liveable and perfect for entertaining. Our clients are not afraid of color.” And so begins the story of a very adventurous dining room, the work of recently minted design and architecture firm Evan Edward, of New York City. Bucking neighborhood conventions — the house is in classical-minded Greenwich, Connecticut — design partners Josh Evan (right) and Michael Moirano chose Gastone Rinaldi dining chairs, sourced on 1stDibs, and, in the adjacent wine room, did away with a chandelier in favor of a backlit wall of onyx. A tondo painting by Jessica Lichtenstein and grouping of brass sculptures by Jian Yoo for Culture Object complete the golden look. Well, not quite: “We also had our decorative painter do a finish on the ceiling, which adds to the glow,” say the pair — new to the game but not to the possibilities of design.
“One of our favorite things about interior design is getting to spend time in a finished space with our clients and their families.”
— Josh Evan