Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri, the studio founded by Pamela and Ramin Shamshiri it is based in Los Angeles. It brings its owners respective backgrounds in production, art direction, and set design to residential, commercial and hospitality projects both domestic and international.

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Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

The studio’s portfolio includes restoration work for homes designed by iconic architects such as A Quincy Jones, Stanford White, Nigel Coates, Rudolph Schindler, Myron Hunt, Buff & Hensman and Andrew Geller, as well as ground-up projects with notable contemporaries including Marmol Radziner and Johnston Marklee.

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

This is a multidisciplinary design firm, where the work is driven by experience, narrative, and the belief that thoughtful design can be a means toward living life to its fullest. The studio maintains a perspective that is highly collaborative and driven by responsibility and research – looking towards the future with support from the past.

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

1- California Chalet

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Studio Shamshiri was commissioned to renovate and restore a 3,500 square-foot Southern Californian estate built by Myron Hunt in 1906. The design concept pays homage to the property’s history, taking notes from the client’s personalities with accents of soft pinks, greens and burgundies.

2- Maison de la Luz

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Maison de la Luz is a rich assortment of furniture, textiles and objects strongly influenced by fashion and fantasy completed the character of this home.

3- Bel Air Residence

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Bel Air Residence is an emphasis on indoor/outdoor living captures in a refreshing colour scheme that plays off of textiles and furnishings collected internationally while focusing on longevity, timelessness and comfort.

Inspired by the Look

Inspired by the Look

4- La Jolla Residence

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

The La Jolla project is a full renovation and restoration of a house built in 1957 by architect John August Reed, an associate of Frank Lloyd Wright, R.M Schindler and Irving Gill. Studio Shamshiri developed a concept that retained the architectural details of the existing house while opening it up for a growing family.

5- West Village Apartment

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Studio Shamshiri was commissioned to renovate a 5,200-square-foot penthouse residence, formerly the old St. Vincent Hospital, located in the heart of West Village. Unassuming materials and a thoughtful approach to the design created a cosy environment for the family of five.

Inspired by the look

Inspired by the look

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6- Lechner House

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

An eight-year excavation, restoration and revitalization of a 1948 Rudolph Schindler house. Every window and surface of the original section of the house was brought back from its then unrecognizable state, and, with a fresh eye, new additions of the house were built, paying strict homage to the original spirit of the home. Purposeful, custom furniture and millwork were designed to fulfil various needs. Schindler‘s designs sought to transform low art into high art through the poetic use of standard everyday materials and the Lechner House stands as a lasting and remarkable example of this vision.

7- Rustic Canyon Residence

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

The interior design of a midcentury modern house in Los Angeles’ Rustic Canyon. The home features striking original architectural details such as exposed Douglas Fir beams and ceiling, terra cotta floor tiles, and floor-to-ceiling glass facing the backyard and pool area.

8- Hillside House

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Architectural renovation and interior design of a 3,000-square-foot steel-framed, midcentury residence in Hollywood. Space features pastel tones and a sixties sensibility with furnishings by Alma Allen, BBDW, Carl Axel Acking, and Pierre Paulin, as well as custom pieces inspired by Finn Juhl and Jean Royère.

9- Libbey House

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

The interior design of architects Myron Hunt and Elmer Grey’s first Craftsman-style project, built-in 1908. The goal was to create a comfortable, modern, family-oriented design that would resonate with the beauty of the surrounding area and pay homage to early California days. We worked with furniture that, while not necessarily from the era, was inspired by it: pieces handcrafted from materials that aged gracefully by designers such as George Nakashima, Alma Allen, Micheal Wilson and Adam Kurtzman, among others

10- Buff & Hensman House

Contemporary Rugs Ideas by Studio Shamshiri

Architectural renovation and interior design, an expansive outdoor living area with a kitchen, bathroom structure, billiard room and reconfigured pool were created to encourage indoor-outdoor living. The entire house can also be controlled remotely and is energy efficient. The interior is warm and cosy and includes a collection of favourite furnishings from South American design and European Modernism.

Inspired by the Look

Inspired by the look

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