A new painted ceiling and six wall sized botanical panels for San Anton Palace, Malta’s 17th c. Presidential residence
A world class private collection of French and American modernist design classics in an environment of painted animals by Dutch artist Peter Korver.
a painted gallery of aviaries with birds and historic memorabilia, for the entrance of a 1790’s Amsterdam palazzo.
New painted ceiling and four “overdoor” panels for a Louis XVI Tea-pavilion, once part of a 17th c. country estate and a menagerie portrayed by Hondecoeter.
Designs for five new painted rooms at the entrance building of Nyenrode Business University.
A new fronton in gilded bas-reliëf over the entrance of Landfort House.
A new variation on the “Concert of birds” theme, a painting installed over the monumental fireplace of a Neo Renaissance country estate.
Three new painted ceiling panels for a private apartment at the Carlyle on Madison Ave. New York, A collaboration with Thomas Jayne Design, NYC.
Inspired by late 17th century bird ceilings, Two new painted ceilings on antique floorboards for a 1670’s Herengracht monument,
Superimposed and wall sized. Improvisations on historic Chinoiserie wallpapers, for the dining room of a 1920’s Amsterdam villa.