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Pale gray walls create a blank canvas in the living room,
where a green Great Plains cotton velvet from Holly Hunt,
MIAMI MILI EU
Scalamandré’s zebra print, F. Schumacher’s bold zig-zags
and Elitis’ lemon yellow cushion fabric paint a vibrant picture.
DESIGNER AND 2011 DCOTA STAR OF DESIGN WINNER,
JOSH WOLLOWICK, CAPTURES THE ESSENCE OF ECLECTIC
PANACHE IN HIS OWN MIAMI BEACH CONDO
DESIGN BY JOSH WOLLOWICK, JOSH WOLLOWICK DESIGNS, MIAMI BEACH, FL
TEXT BY REGINA KAYLIE
PHOTOGRAPHY BY TROY CAMPBELL, MIAMI FL
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iami Beach, synonymous with invigorating ocean views and trendsetting
artistry, is a dream destination for an innovator the likes of designer
Josh Wollowick. In an effort to accommodate his energetic lifestyle and passion
for design, Wollowick strategically transformed his 1,200-square-foot home
into a stylish yet practical abode that serves him well. “I love entertaining and
cocktail parties,” Wollowick says as he points out the abundant seating he
implemented into this well-thought-out project.
ABOVE:
Designer Josh Wollowick’s impeccable taste for art first appears in the dining area
with the sultry Ruskin Williams pinup painting above a James Duncan console from
Ammon Hickson and the bold Reclining Figures, 1966, by painter Francis Bacon to its left.
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BELOW:
A modern interpretation of a 17th-century Queen Anne mirror from
Jonathan Adler brings a touch of glam to the powder room opulently wrapped
in Cole & Son’s trellis-designed, silver foil wall covering from Lee Jofa.
A punchy palette of color is infused in the office with a pair of whimsical Joan MirГі
paintings that tastefully offset the sofa dressed in a bold Duralee print and topped with
solid accent pillows from Kravet. Vintage occasional tables from Circa Who, a yellowlacquer cocktail table and acrylic stack lamps from Glo add an extra touch to the theme.
A renaissance man of his own craft, Wollowick creatively personified
the renovation by uniquely blending select colors and patterns. A monochromatic scheme with a splash of vibrant color was necessary to obtain
the eclectic story. “Maintaining a clean and comfortable atmosphere is
imperative,” he says of the home, where furnishings range from modern
classic to retro-inspired gems from the 1950s, ’60s, ’70s and ’80s, all
embellished by an impressive art collection of family heirlooms. “Mixing a
variety of eras and styles while sustaining a tight color scheme is essential.”
Nothing shy of dynamic, the living room is buoyant with a clover
green, vintage Regency sofa trimmed in white-lacquer paint — the
genesis of the room’s rebirth. “I always start with one powerful object
that builds a story of the room,” Wollowick says. Here, the designer
shows off his artisan talents with twin zebra-pattern chairs, Wollowick
originals, while two colorful stools and a handsome Greek key-patterned
area rug recall the ’70s epoch. Phenomena Burn the Haze, a 1966 original
abstract by renowned artist Paul Jenkins, completes the setting.
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Furnishing the terrace with Brown Jordan classic and contemporary,
and vintage accent chairs from Shi & Erhard, Wollowick surpassed
excellence when he selected beautiful, broken white-marble flooring
by Casa Cielo that commands attention at every turn — a finishing
touch that lends itself to the picture-perfect setting of Miami Beach.
Creating extraordinary flow from the living room and zealous about
exhibiting a feeling of openness and light, Wollowick decided to break
down walls to shape his office. Dramatic and brimming with flavor
moderately describes this space, where a Chinoiserie black-and-white
sofa pairs with an eye-catching, banana yellow-lacquer “Campaign”
cocktail table that delineates his out-of-the-box approach.
Wollowick continues the wow factor in the dining area with a few of
his most cherished pieces that include vintage, first-edition “Tulip” chairs
by Eero Saarinen that accentuate a retro, glass-topped table. Crystal
clear, the Seguso chandelier (circa 1950) — a “diamond in the rough”
from Wollowick’s grandmother — stuns from above.
A masculine tone prevails in the master bedroom with a smart yet
effortlessly stylish scheme. Wollowick softens the space with a wall-to-wall,
creamy colored shag area rug partnered with a classic, flame-patterned
window treatment. “I don’t like heavy accessories,” the designer says in
reference to two symmetrical, vintage patent leather benches and a
chocolate brown Mies van der Rohe “Barcelona” chair — the focal point
of the room.
And just outside, the terrace presents an intoxicating cityscape from
the 23rd floor. Classic and current Brown Jordan furnishings set the stage,
where vintage, black-lacquer bamboo dining chairs surround a crisp white
table — perfect for a stellar soiree amidst the milieu of Miami Beach.
ABOVE:
A vibrant and interactive piece from artist Victor Vasarely — known for his
vogue and geometric designs that introduced the concept of optical effect and
movement — draws the eyes in and around the masculine yet warm master
bedroom. Here, the natural texture of chocolate brown, grass cloth wall covering
from Jeffrey Michaels exudes a tropical ambiance.
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SOURCES
ENTRY/DINING AREA
Console - James Duncan, Ammon Hickson, Inc., DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Roman foot umbrella stand - Fornasetti Milano, Marc Corbin, Inc.,
Miami, FL
Seguso chandelier, artwork and sculpture - Owner’s Collection
Dining table - Pottery Barn, Miami Beach, FL
Tulip chairs - Knoll, Inc., Miami, FL
LIVING ROOM
Sofa - Circa Who, West Palm Beach, FL
Fabric - Great Plains, Holly Hunt Miami, Miami, FL
Accent pillow fabric and area rug - The Rug Company, Miami, FL
Lounge chairs - Custom designed by Josh Wollowick Designs,
Miami Beach, FL
Fabricated by Custom Design Living by Ragusa, Dania Beach, FL
Zebra-print fabric - ScalamandrГ©, Hollywood, FL
Occasional chair - Lewis Mittman, Nessen Showroom, DCOTA,
Dania Beach, FL
Cushion fabric - Elitis, Jeffrey Michaels, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Stools - Jonathan Adler, Miami, FL
Fabric - F. Schumacher & Co., DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Cocktail table - NIBA Home, Miami, FL
Artwork above sofa - Martha Jackson Gallery, New York, NY
Sculpture between lounge chairs - Owner’s Collection
Drapery fabric and trim - AST/A. Sommer Textiles and Elitis, Jeffrey Michaels,
DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
POWDER ROOM
Vanity - Waterfall, Designers Plumbing Studio, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Mirror - Jonathan Adler, Miami, FL
Wall covering - Cole & Son (Wallpapers) Ltd., Lee Jofa, DCOTA,
Dania Beach, FL
OFFICE
Sofa - Restoration Hardware, Miami, FL
Fabric - Duralee Fabrics, Ltd., DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Accent pillow fabric - Ralph Lauren, Kravet, Inc., DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Cocktail table and lamps - Glo, Miami, FL
Occasional tables and display shelving - Circa Who, West Palm Beach, FL
Console desk - West Elm, Miami, FL
Desk chair - IKEA, Sunrise, FL
Artwork above sofa - Owner’s Collection
Window treatment fabric and trim - AST/A. Sommer Textiles and Elitis,
Jeffrey Michaels, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Area rug - The Rug Company, Miami, FL
MASTER BEDROOM
Bed - Custom designed by Josh Wollowick Designs, Miami Beach, FL
Fabricated by Custom Design Living by Ragusa, Dania Beach, FL
Bed covering - Valtekz, Pompano Beach, FL
Barcelona chair - Knoll, Inc., Miami, FL
Benches - Circa Who, West Palm Beach, FL
Fabric - Elitis, Jeffery Michaels, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Table lamp - Allan Knight Acrylic, Michael Taylor Designs, DCOTA,
Dania Beach, FL
Artwork - Owner’s Collection
Wall covering - Elitis, Jeffrey Michaels, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Drapery fabric - Kirk Brummel, Brunschwig & Fils, Inc., DCOTA,
Dania Beach, FL
Carpeting - Shaw Industries, Inc., Gershon Carpet, Inc., DCOTA,
Dania Beach, FL
TERRACE
Dining table - Kartell Miami, Miami, FL
Dining chairs - Vintage Brown Jordan, Circa Who,
West Palm Beach, FL
Sofa and cocktail table - Brown Jordan, DCOTA, Dania Beach, FL
Accent pillow fabric - Williams-Sonoma, Inc., New York, NY
Side chairs - Vintage Woodard, Shi & Erhard, West Palm Beach, FL
Striped fabric - ScalamandrГ©, Hollywood, FL
Planter above sofa - Horchow, www.horchow.com
White floor accessory - Z Gallerie, Boca Raton, FL
Marble flooring - Casa Cielo Tile & Mosaic, Miami, FL
THROUGHOUT
General contractor - Group 3 Contractors, Aventura, FL
Window treatments fabricated by Jose Gabriel Obando Interiors,
Miami, FL
Wall covering installation - Victor Caravagio, Hallandale, FL
Quartz flooring - Blanco Flooring, Inc., Miami, FL M
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