Today we share with you Console Tables in Steven Volpe’s interior designs.
Early in his career, Steven Volpe developed a love for unconventional juxtapositions – modern and antique, stark and ornate, bold and subtle – that can be seen in his interior design work today on both large and small scales.
After moving to Paris in his early twenties, Steven took advantage of opportunities to study design firsthand, immersing himself in European techniques, history, and theory.
After several years in Paris, Steven returned to San Francisco to open his own firm as well as an art and design gallery, Hedge. From his historical Jackson Square office, Steven and his staff now orchestrate design projects around the world.
Here are some of his wonderful interior designs with console tables:
In the early 1990s, Steven Volpe was a pioneer of loft living in San Francisco—the first person to move into a 75-year-old converted General Electric warehouse in the emerging neighborhood known as SoMa, or South of Market. The building was one of the city’s first loft conversions.
But while Volpe has always been adventurous, he is also drawn to tradition. Rather than emulate the high-tech style then synonymous with loft living in cities like New York, he tried instead to straddle both worlds, creating a classical look within the former warehouse, with its double-height brick wall and original redwood beams.
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