Collection by Sara Carpenter

Stamberg | Aferiat

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After visiting The Saguaro in Palm Springs during Modernism Week, we found ourselves hooked on the Stamberg Aferiat + Associates renovated hotel and wanted to see more from the duo behind it. Lucky for us, they recently released an update on their 1997 monograph and they’ve shared some images with us. The book features 21 projects from the body of work by Peter Stamberg and Paul Aferiat over the last three decades.

While The Saguaro shows their mastery of color, a look through the book reveals the firm also has a strong command of a neutral palette. Dwell and The Saguaro celebrated the book’s release at The Saguaro during Modernism Week. Editor in Chief Amanda Dameron introduced Stamberg and Aferiat, who spoke about some of the projects spanning their career. Click through for images of the event and a peek at some of the projects featured in the book.

For more information on the book, click here.

During the renovation of three spaces into one at the top of the Ansonia, one of New York City’s most dramatic...
Faced with the daunting task of designing an addition to legend Richard Meier’s 1967 Hoffman House, Stamberg Aferiat...
When a client asked Stamberg Aferiat to design an addition to their 200-year-old farmhouse, the pair did so while...
Stamberg Aferiat preserved the raw texture of this former printing plant for sheet music, while simultaneously bringing...
Inspired by architect-designed furniture in the Knoll lineage, Stamberg Aferiat’s Salsa Lounge Collection has a wood...
Taking cues from the clients’ prized Norwegian sailboat Lulu, Stamberg Aferiat situated this summer house on axis with...
Tasked with expanding a 150-year old barn with a previous addition built in 1973 by architect Charles Gwathmey,...
At first glance it might appear Stamberg Aferiat chose a standard rainbow palette, but the duo strategically matched...
A bright reception desk greets visitors and lets them know they’re on vacation! Photo by: Tim Street-Porter.
The architects brought together years of inspiration and experience to create their very own Shelter Island Pavilion.
Geometric forms and strong colors provide a perfect backdrop for a day at the pool.
Dwell celebrated the book’s release at The Saguaro during Modernism Week.
A hip crowd overtook the courtyard at The Saguaro on the opening weekend of Modernism Week and lined up to get their...
Paul Aferiat signing a book for an architecture fan.
Dwell’s Amanda Dameron and Michael von Wittenau of The Saguaro.
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