Required Reading: DISC Interiors: Portraits of Home
It’s been an awfully eventful year, so you’d be forgiven if you skipped the news that the designers at the rear of DISC Interiors, whose tasks we’ve often championed on our website, came out with a guide this previous spring. Portraits of Dwelling (revealed by Rizzoli) showcases the amazing breadth of their function over the previous decade, but there is just one commonality operating as a result of the web pages: Los Angeles.
“We required the guide to represent the diversity of the neighborhoods we get the job done in Los Angeles, from the hilly and lush terrain of Silver Lake, to the flats of Hancock Park, to the ocean side canyons in Santa Monica,” states David John Dick, who along with Krista Schrock started the business. “The chapters have been set up as postcards—one challenge for each neighborhood—and we wrote about the defining attributes and historic context of each and every neighborhood. How we approached the interiors is reflected in the site of every undertaking.”
Here’s a peek at a person of the projects featured in the reserve, a 1920s Spanish-style property in Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon.
Photography by Sam Frost, courtesy of DISC Interiors.