Dutch Design Comes to Connecticut
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Spotted on Yatzer: a 1930s hunting lodge in Wilton, Connecticut, with interiors by Netherlands-based Uxus Design. Designed for an American family who lived overseas for more than a decade, the project integrates pieces from Dutch contemporary masters like Hella Jongerius, Piet Hein Eek, and Marcel Wanders. To see the entire project by Uxus Design , go to Yatzer . Photos by Dim Balsem. Above: A long gravel driveway leads to the Colonial Revival compound. Above: The entryway is illuminated with a Dear Ingo Suspension Lamp , designed by Ron Gilad for Moooi ($3,638 at Lumens). Above: The dining room, glimpsed through the doorway, is anchored by a Harland Miller painting. Above: Another Moooi lighting fixture—the Paper Chandelier by Studio Job ($3,087 at Unica Home)—anchors the study. Above: The original wide board floors are painted white. Above: The all-white dining room reflects and refracts the natural light that streams in through the walls of windows. Above: A suite of chairs from Amsterdam-based Swarm surrounds the dining table. Above: A Skygarden Pendant by Marcel Wanders ($1,992 at Lumens) illuminates the dining room. Above: In the study, a pair of Buffer Lights by Wiki Summers for Pols Potten provides focused lighting. Above: In a guest bedroom, a Swarm chair adds a note of avant-garde Dutch style to the otherwise monastic environs.