Enter a world of interiors by Atelier AM, where classical proportions, varied finishes, and exquisite furnishings are masterfully combined, resulting in bold yet tranquil environments. A deft hand at creating interiors that mix materials, both rough-hewn and luxurious, antique and modern, marks the work of Alexandra and Michael Misczynski, the husband-and-wife team behind the Los Angeles–based firm Atelier AM. Only ten years after establishing their business, the couple has garnered a keen reputation for creating environments that are sensory experiences—visually sublime interiors enhanced with subtle, textural palettes. Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century furniture commingle with modernist pieces and ancient objects. Background colors and materials are muted and refined.Interiors Atelier AM showcases a selection of residences—each exhibiting the firm’s skill at mixing furniture and objects with backgrounds such as antique flooring and Venetian plaster, with bold and modern results. Their high-profile clients include Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise and the Michael Eisners. The photography of François Halard beautifully documents each project, educating and inspiring a new generation of interior designers and connoisseurs.
About the Author
Alexandra and Michael Misczynski are the team behind the renowned Los Angeles–based design firm Atelier AM. François Halard is an acclaimed photographer who contributes to numerous lifestyle periodicals and books. Axel Vervoordt is an antiques and art dealer in Belgium. Mayer Rus is the design and culture editor of the Los Angeles Times Magazine.
Praise for Interiors Atelier AM…
"....with fabulous and rare interiors by an exceptional LA design duo that pay homage to Axel Vervoordt, in the most graceful way, with a light touch. Love this book. ....a superbly edited and rigorously designed book that displays their approach to décor, art, collections and no doubt a new way of life for their ardent clients." ~Stylesaloniste.com
"With its elegant gray-linen cover, Interiors Atelier AM could easily grace a table or bookshelf in the understated luxury of a Misczynski interior, set among carefully curated furnishings, both antique and modern." ~1st Dibbs