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Wallpaper in a chic dining room

It’s hard to know what to look at first in this living area from a de Cárdenas-designed London home. My eyes are immediately drawn to the striped sofa, but each piece clearly has a unique story to tell. [photo by Simon Upton for Architectural Digest]

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Another memorable feature of Rafael de Cárdenas’ work is the bold use of color. And what better way to show the designer’s commitment to vibrancy than with pictures from his own apartment, featured at Sight Unseen?!:

A Moffett painting surmounts a Blackman Cruz console.

Blue room in the apartment of interior designer Rafael de Cardenas

Vertical blinds in a modern bedroom

In the long, thin living room, he clad the walls in pale-violet linen with metallic accents, imbuing the area with a jewel-box luminescence. The dining room, furnished with a commanding copper-leafed cabinet by Pedro Sousa, is sheathed in a silk wallpaper hand-painted with a profusion of delicate cherry blossoms. The effect is one of being transported to a Japanese garden.

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In a world where instant gratification is the rule, few things are more luxurious than living in a place where everything has been exactingly tailored. Such prodigious care is time-consuming, and the project took a full two years to complete. “Sometimes I get upset when work drags on,” the client says. “But I like that Raf won’t rest until it’s perfect.”

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Assenting to some of Cárdenas’s proposals required a leap of faith, however, including his notion of transforming the oak paneling in the entry hall by ebonizing and liming it to emphasize the grain. “Many people told me I was crazy to stain all this wood black,” the homeowner recounts. “But I loved Raf’s vision for the house and that was an integral part of it.”

The very first de Cárdenas space I ever laid eyes on: the OHWOW Book Club, shown below. I featured this interior in a design post for my own blog Mirror80, then again in a Decoist post on unforgettable retail space design. Not only does this interior showcase pre-war New York City bathroom tile arranged in updated patterns on the floor, it boasts an abstract wall pattern created by brush strokes and mylar shapes. The result: an ’80s-meets’50s-meets Deco space that incorporates hints of retro design while remaining undeniably modern.

This article originally appeared in the May 2013 issue of Architectural Digest.

Throughout the three-story house, many of these “worlds” are linked by the same light blue overhead, which evokes the sky. “I always paint ceilings blue,” Cárdenas says. “I find cool tones serene and soothing.” Providing another common thread are the deep-purple doors between the rooms, all lacquered to a high gloss.

Rarely do de Cárdenas ‘ interiors lack a sense of texture. The designer’s use of marble is strategic–the veined gleaming surfaces of his interiors are often juxtaposed with other key features, such as the collection of cerulean glassware in the master bath of this East Village apartment in New York City:

While working as a designer for Calvin Klein in the 1990s, Rafael de Cárdenas read an article in The New York Times that changed his life. It was a profile on the then-new Guggenheim Museum in Spain, entitled ‘‘The Miracle in Bilbao.’’ Critic Herbert Muschamp described the building as ‘‘the reincarnation of Marilyn Monroe.’’ The seductive structure, and Muschamp’s words, impressed de Cárdenas, who had recently graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design’s fashion program. ‘‘I remember thinking, Wow, that’s the best description of a building I’ve ever heard,’’ he says. A few years later, he enrolled at U.C.L.A.’s architecture school, where he studied under the revolutionary architect Greg Lynn, for whom he would work after graduation.

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Remember when vertical blinds were a bad thing? I knew my life had turned the corner when I stopped living in apartments that featured dented, nicked window dressing of the vertical nature. Suddenly, I would give anything to have the vertical blinds back. Maybe they could have been fabulous if I’d dressed them up with mirrored furniture, marbled lamps and other clean-lined flourishes, as shown in the Soho Wooster Street Residence below:

Ever wondered how the home of an interior designer looks like? Well here’s your chance to take a virtual tour of Rafael De Cardenas’s crib, a highly creative one-bedroom apartment located in Manhattan. According to the description we received via e-mail, “the current setup is more a result of accumulation than decoration. The interiors are filled with artwork he’s bought or traded from friends, objects he inherited from his mother or bought on eBay, and leftovers from past jobs. De Cardenas has lined the entryway in diagonal black-and-white stripes. The rest of the interior, though, owes more to his own interests than to his design philosophies — there’s contemporary art all over the place and nostalgic items filched from his mother’s house”. We really like the artistic energy that this apartment inspires as well as the colorful and vivid arrangements. But most of all, we salute this apartment’s originality and charm, despite its somewhat crowded appearance.- via Sight Unseen

Diagonal stripes, radiant artwork and geometric furniture are standout elements, as is the juxtaposition of turquoise blue, hot pink and black lacquer, shown in the designer’s artfully arranged bedroom below. The thoughtful yet fearless display of color is a good reminder that when it comes to interior design, some risks are well worth taking. [photos by Mike Vorrasi]

This next retail space designed by de Cárdenas is Unknown Union, a boutique in Cape Town, RSA. Bright colors and an ombre effect combine with shelving to create true works of art that double as functional display pieces.

London apartment designed by Rafael de Cardenas

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Designer Rafael de Cárdenas created the distinctive interiors of this London home. In the entry hall, a cascading light fixture by Hudson Furniture hangs above a Pierre Cardin table and Jules Leleu armchairs from Maison Gerard clad in a Lelièvre velvet from Stark Fabrics.

The sculpture and its Macassar-ebony base are by Anselm Reyle, the artwork above the mantel is by Jim Lambie, and the candelabra in the fireplace is by Lindsey Adelman Studio.

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The designer’s use of geometry can also veer into elegant territory, yet his spaces are never too formal or stuffy. Below we see Kutsher’s Tribeca, designed to be a modern interpretation of Kutsher’s Country Club in upstate New York. In addition to the neutral palette featuring an array of golden tones, we see an assortment of lines and angles that converge in stunning formations.

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It doesn’t take much to fall in love with the work of Rafael de Cárdenas. If you’re hooked like I am, visit Architecture at Large to see many more inspirational images and stunning interiors.

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Even rooms bathed in neutral tones include an array of standout features once Rafael de Cárdenas has put his stamp on the space. The modern metallic light fixture below (featured at Ford Models Women’s Division) is one case in point. 

On the second floor, in the master suite, the bed tucks into a recess lined with custom-embroidered silk featuring an opalescent jungle pattern. On the top floor—previously a dark, cramped attic—Cárdenas installed additional dormer windows to create light and breezy guest quarters; the guest bath is an especially eye-catching space, with white-tiled walls embellished with blue-quartzite birds that appear to flutter around the room.

The owner, a philanthropic young heiress, purchased the residence in 2009, captivated by its generous size, abundant windows, and big garden—novelties in a city of skinny up-and-down townhouses. Built in 1996, the home had rather traditional interiors that didn’t particularly suit the woman’s taste. Seeking something more adventurous, she hired Manhattan-based designer Rafael de Cárdenas after admiring his work at the buzzed-about restaurant Charles in New York’s Greenwich Village.

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I’ll end today’s post with two retail spaces that blur the line between commercial interior design and high art. At Nike Bowery Stadium, the free use of color meets geometric design, thanks to splatter patterning and modular boxes crafted from pegboard and plywood.

So is the custom-built bookshelf he designed, which takes center stage in a modern residence in New York City’s iconic Printing House building. Even the bookshelf itself is layered with statement pieces, from the triangular to the verdant:

Master bathroom featuring grey marble

Ombre display shelves at Unknown Union

In the living room Christian Liaigre bookcases face Gilbert Rohde slipper chairs from Todd Merrill Antiques a Tommi...

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When you experience the work of interior designer Rafael de Cárdenas, it’s hard not to notice the unexpected touches that permeate each and every space he creates. Perhaps it’s an unforgettable lighting statement or a piece of custom-built geometric furniture. In fact, you can’t take in this designer’s spaces without studying them, because the visually interesting details are so abundant. Yet rather than being overbearing, they live in perfect harmony.

When it comes to my own creative endeavors, I consistently return to the work of Rafael de Cárdenas for inspiration. His aesthetic is completely unique and ever-evolving. Through his design firm Architecture at Large, he has shaped a multitude of interiors, from spectacular residences to commercial spaces for the likes of Nike, HBO and OHWOW. Below I feature a few of my favorites and highlight some signature elements of this talented designer’s work.

Before attaining his master’s in architecture at UCLA, Cárdenas worked as a menswear designer at Calvin Klein, and he prides himself on delivering couture interiors. Virtually all the furnishings in the London home are bespoke or vintage. The living room is appointed with a customized Madeline Weinrib rug, vintage Gilbert Rohde slipper chairs, and a Tommi Parzinger daybed. For the kitchen Cárdenas devised the matte-finished cabinets, with a subtle raised angle on the fronts, as well as every brass knob and handle. “Raf has difficulty finding hardware he likes,” the homeowner says. “So he had it all specially made.”

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What initially drew me to the interiors of de Cárdenas is the designer’s striking use of geometric forms, as shown in his work for OHWOW Gallery in Miami, a space used for public events. In addition to an impressive fractal floor pattern, the gallery boasts a wall display unit that celebrates abstract design while displaying an array of colorful items.

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It was a bold move. Rafael de Cárdenas Ltd./Architecture at Large had only been in business for a couple of years, swiftly gaining attention for impressive commercial work that incorporated arresting geometries and vivid colors. At the time, Cárdenas had completed two relatively small residential projects, including an apartment for actress Parker Posey. Undaunted by his brief résumé, the owner of the London house invited Cárdenas for a tour. “When we met, we just clicked,” she says. “I liked the idea of working with a designer who was definitely on track but who wasn’t a superstar yet.” (Her confidence seems prescient: Cárdenas is now overseeing major projects from New York to Paris to Beijing, and he has since doubled the size of his Manhattan team.)

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On a quiet street in west London, there’s a five-bedroom mansion whose charmingly retro Arts and Crafts–style exterior offers little indication of the exuberant modernity within. Beyond the front door a slender, dark-paneled vestibule leads to a dramatic double-height entry hall where a gleaming fiery-orange abstract sculpture by Anselm Reyle stands on a sleek Macassar-ebony plinth—a dazzling 21st-century sentinel. And there isn’t a scrap of William Morris wallpaper in sight.

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Among the challenges of designing for the L-shaped house was its miscellany of broad and narrow rooms. Without tearing down any walls, Cárdenas turned the eccentric configuration to his advantage, “making each space its own world,” he says.

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A passionate collector of contemporary art, Cárdenas also advised the client on her acquisitions. “Art is the quickest way to change the vibe of a room,” he says. At his urging she bought the Reyle sculpture in its distinctive color, the only iteration in that hue from a series of eight. He also introduced works by Tauba Auerbach, Yayoi Kusama, Jim Lambie, and Donald Moffett. “Collecting art is a family tradition,” the client says, “but Raf’s the one who started me thinking of it as a cohesive whole.”

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The glamorous bedroom below incorporates shades of purple and beige, and the area behind the bed is covered with a design that evokes the gilded geometry of Art Deco style. Once again, we have a space that references the past without living in it. [featured in Architectural Digest]

If you think it went out of style years ago, don’t be surprised if you see it brought back to life with a new twist by Rafael de Cárdenas. In this 4th Avenue residence in New York City, we see vintage French silver-leafed wallpaper that looks anything but dated, thanks to the dreamy use of feminine colors and the bold definition created by black trim:

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Texture jumps off the walls at Soho’s Niko, a restaurant de Cárdenas decked out with an angular network of ropes. In fact, the geometrically stitched roping takes on a Deco vibe, as well as a contemporary one.

In 2004, de Cárdenas returned to his native Manhattan, where he started his own firm, Architecture at Large. The 43-year-old has since designed countless high-profile commercial projects, including jewelry designer Delfina Delettrez’s faux-malachite-filled shop in London, Baccarat’s graphic N.Y.C. flagship and a reimagining of the ’90s hot spot Asia de Cuba on the Lower East Side. De Cárdenas won’t pin down his aesthetic — ‘‘that would be reductive,’’ he says — but his work, which also includes furniture design and residential projects, has a highly graphic and sculptural quality, influenced by everything from 17th-century literature to ’80s movies. ‘‘I’m really, really into pop culture,’’ de Cárdenas says. ‘‘Even ‘The Facts of Life’ has worked its way into my architecture.’’

OHWOW Book Club designed by Rafael de Cardenas

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