reporter: Miguel Dominguez
July 11th. Ligne Roset on the corner of Wooster and Houston in Soho, was the place to be for all of those who find peace and serenity by way of Contemporary Minimalism in their living Space.
|What better place to showcase Pure Space than at Ligne Roset,|
the impressive furniture loft where Modernists can romp around as if in a candy store
|Designer Jennifer Post|
In her book, Post tells how she transforms environments into elegant spaces, using clean lines, white surfaces that reflect natural light, and open areas that allow a home to breathe. Since the age of eight, when she traveled to neighbors’ houses offering to organize their closets and rearrange their rooms, Post has been dedicated to her aesthetic vision, resulting in a timeless body of work.
Written by Anna Kasabian with foreword by Paige Rense, this is the first monograph on Jennifer Post, who for a decade has been named among Architectural Digest’s coveted AD 100 list of the world’s top architects and designers.
|Jennifer and good friend Richard Frazier, President of Frazier, suppliers of fine furniture|
|Jennifer and Frazier's Associate J. Anthony effusively greet each other as Richard looks on|
|Rachel Lexier, Beth Dickstein and Beth Hurtubise, publicists at BDE|
|Sculptor/Painter LeRone Wilson shows off the page featuring one of his art pieces used in one of Jennifer's interiors|
|Lofi Bruno, owner of Ligne Roset, with her closest, most intimate friend Lulu|
|Chums Ben Sulansky Jeremy Kramer and Simone Zuares of Ligne Roset, in center|
|Another tableau that made Ligne Roset the preferred venue for Jennifer's book signing|
Known internationally for its Minimalistic and elegant approach to contemporary design, Jennifer Post Design functions as an interior architectural firm as well as a full-service interior-design firm. Post’s work has been published in Architectural Digest, the New York Times, and Metropolitan Home, among others. Writer Anna Kasabian has contributed to Coastal Living, The Robb Report, Ocean Home, LUXE, MET Home, and Design New England. She is the author of thirteen books, including Guest Rooms (Universe, 2007).