Beth Benton Buckley’s new tome, Modish: The Book of Great Design, spotlights fabulous interiors projects from across North America—including work by Chicago notables Jasmin Reese and Kaufman Segal Design. Here, a glimpse at these Windy City talents’ handiwork as seen in the book’s pages.
“The crowning piece of this living area is the fantastic green Jean-Louis Deniot sofa. It is not often that such a beautifully crafted statement piece is also incredibly functional: The couch is held together by magnets, making it possible to pull apart for parties to rearrange in new and accommodating ways.” Jasmin Reese, Jasmin Reese Interiors
“Located in the Aspen mountains and facing the Roaring Fork River, this particular project was organically influenced by its environment and location with a mix of natural materials contrasted with smooth finishes. Our clients’ dream was to have unique spaces that give a nod to industrial materials, and yet one that would feel warm and inviting.” David Kaufman and Tom Segal, Kaufman Segal Design