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    Gloucester Concept Design

    Drawing shows requested “Hull” in Overhead. Skylight was later deleted by client.

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    Interior and Furniture Design by Artese

    Fabrication and installation: Mark Fertello

    Photo Credit: Robert Benson

    Photos Courtesy of Siemasco+Verbridge Inc.

    Gloucester Study

    This yachtsman commissioned us to design a unique Home Office in a magnificent dwelling perched on a cliff overlooking Gloucester Bay, MA.

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    Photo Credit: Robert Benson

    Gloucester Study

     

    This home office for a very prolific research scientist was to reflect the rich nautical heritage of the historic Gloucester Seaport. It was to be a combination of maritime tradition, yet reminiscent of the command bridge of a modern yacht.

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    Photo Credit: Robert Benson

    Gloucester Study

    To make the project even more interesting, the entire interior had to break down to pass through a French door and then be reassembled like a Japanese puzzle in a bottle.

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    Photo Credit: Robert Benson

    Gloucester Study

     

    Oh, and one other thing, there would also be the suggestion of a Ship’s Hull In The Overhead as well as a space to display several ship models with an additional space dedicated for his favorite, the USS Constitution which would sit in a glass case resting on an actual chunk of the mighty ship's keel.

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    Gloucester Study

    The flawless wood work was executed in Seattle, trucked to site and installed by Mark Fertello and the Marine Artisans Group.

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    Gloucester Study Plan View

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    Gloucester Study Elevation

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    Photo credit: Neil Rabinowitz

    92' M/Y Miss Lisa

    Sky Lounge Desk detail.

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    Nightstand for Peaceful Fish

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    VIP Desk for Peaceful Fish

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    Table for Peaceful Fish in Art Deco Style

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    Fantasy Castle Library

    “This project was definitely the most bizarre and challenging assignment we have ever had. We were designing a yacht for this book collecting client when he purchased an estate in Santa Cruz and asked us to convert the living room to a library to house his 80 boxes of books. (See Designer Notes)

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    Fantasy Castle Library close up

    But this was not to be any normal library. This was to be a “Fantasy Castle Library with essence of M.C. Escher overtones!” (See Designer Notes)

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    Henry’s Newport Beach “Hawaiian Bedroom”

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    Shadow Patterns

    Our Etched Glass Skylights allow us to play shadow patterns dramatically through the space.

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    Etched Palm Patterns display on a raised panel door.

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    Gem-Like Multifaceted Skylights play light and shadow over venturi shaped opening frames.

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    Our Dramatic Skylights create a fantastic opportunity for creativity in any space.

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    Artese sitting under a 46” Septagon Skylight.

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    Sally Anne reclines in a 6’ diameter Septagon Window Bay.

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    Artese Prism Skylights create fascinating effects.

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    Spectral Wash over Opening Frame

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    Custom Array of Bar Prisms 18 feet long, bathe client’s wall in constantly changing color.

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    Dymamic Fluid Spectra Displays on Door

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    Array of 6 Etched Skylights Illuminate Kitchen and Dining Area

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    Light and Shadow in Kitchen

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    Natural Shadow Patterns move throughout space.

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    Drama, Drama, Drama.

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    This Custom Media Center was fashioned out of sycamore with a walnut burl counter and TV surround. Speaker covers and door faces are of reed for the required Hawaiian Islands Theme.

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    Custom 5’ Koa Wood Flat File with glass top graces this designer’s office.

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    Detail of Beveled Glass Patterns on 3’x 4’ Multifaceted Skylight Frame.

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    “Ah, Pure Spectral Light…It’s The ‘Stuff of Diamonds’”


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