Hallway in Branch House by TOLO Architecture

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"There was a notion that the floor and walls could be neutral surfaces, except for these very colorful rooms, and that would really help to make it feel like it’s the art that's the thing that you actually see," says Tolkin. "When you put art on a more neutral surface, it tends to pop out and it’s very visible." This section of the gallery features a painting by the client, Cathie Partridge.