Custom details like architectural millwork add the wow factor to high end residences. Or, as Architectural Digest puts it, “ennobling refinements to the architectural details take things up a considerable stylistic notch.”
Mouldings, coffered ceilings, and distinctive fireplace mantels amplify the elegance of a high end residence, giving it distinctive character.
We got a special thrill last week, when we received photos of the nearly finished stone pieces, destined for the Memorial Residence (seen in progress, below.)
Fusch Architects of Dallas, who designed the Memorial residence describe their firm, “Our niche in the market has been a focus on classical design and authentic period detailing.”
Small wonder that architect Robbie Fusch of Fusch Architects has designed some of the most spectacular estate homes in Texas, focusing on classical architecture styles found in Europe.
Fusch’s work, dubbed “comfortable glamour,” has been featured in books and publications like Luxe, Veranda and Tuscan Style magazine.
Fusch reveals the source of his and his clients’ design inspiration in a 2017 interview in Luxe Magazine: “Relying on my travels for inspiration is always something I find to be valuable within the design process, but we have many clients who request to emulate architecture they have seen personally through their own travels.”
Wonder where the inspiration for these beautiful details came from?
But you don’t have to travel to Europe to enjoy a taste of Fusch’s work – feast your eyes on one of our previous collaborations, the Preston Hollow Residence, in Dallas. This architecturally significant home features an open air entertainment pavilion and carriage house.