Clipper shown in hewn brass finish with hewn brass accents and etched ribbed glass. Interiors by Jen Langston.

Living on the Edge

Coastal living is a unique kind of freedom, and evokes a bit of the pioneer spirit of old. Sea breezes and fresh air remind us that nature is a force, and inspire us to channel boldness, too: push boundaries, test limits, embrace new ideas and remain open to the unknown possibilities. And the impact isn’t just about facing outward and contemplating the vast horizon beyond; it also extends to creativity that originates from within. From coast to coast within the US, and across distant global shores, locations like the ones pictured here speak to the power of place, and the ability of an environment to shape creativity—in architecture, through design, and manifested via lifestyle. Together, they represent a modern version of the frontier spirit, and a reminder that perspectives do and should shift with the views and landscapes at hand.

VIRGINIA

Virginia shown in Polychem #PRSS91827 Enchanted Sun powder coat finish with seeded glass. Interiors by Studio B.

LYFORD WALL

Lyford shown in black finish and seeded glass. Interiors by Philip Mitchell. Photography by Annie Schlechter.

CLIPPER

Clipper shown in hewn brass lacquered finish with hewn brass lacquered accents and etched ribbed glass. Interiors by Jen Langston.
Harbor shown in darkened copper finish with seeded glass. Interiors by Ceara Donnelley.
Chisholm Clean shown in Farrow and Ball #202 Pink Ground paint selection finish with antique brass accents, german new antique glass, and shade SH-110C-WHT. Interiors by Ellen Kavanaugh.
Ravenspoint shown in black with clear glass. Interiors by Summer Thornton. Photography by Luke White.

NEEDLES

Needles Hang shown in vintage finish with antique gilt accents and seeded glass. Interiors by Stephanie Molster. Architecture by Dufford Young.
Yves Hang shown in black finish with hewn brass lacquered accents and clear glass. Interiors by Audrey Sterk. Photography by Read McKendree/JBSA.