Family-friendly minimalism in London
The first-floor living room of Richard Found and Jane Suitor’s London home; the architecture is by Richard Found and David Russell of Found Associates. The armchairs are by André Arbus, and the sofa is by Robsjohn-Gibbings; a vintage cocktail table holds a Mathieu Matégot tray from Gordon Watson, the photograph is by Paul Pfeiffer, and the silk rug is by the Rug Company.
ound and Suitor with their children, Olivia and Oscar.
Dexter Dalwood’s After the Deluge (left) and David Salle’s Pastoral with Nude in the entrance hall.
A black fumed-oak staircase with a custom-made aluminum handrail connects the ground and first floors.
Lacquered cabinetry and black granite counters and floors in the kitchen-dining area.
Hans Wegner Wishbone chairs surround a cherry table by John Pawson.
In a study, an architectural model for a house in the Cotswolds designed by Found; the shelves and cabinetry are custom made.
The master bath is sheathed in Pietra Serena limestone tiles; the stone sink and mirrored cabinets are custom made.
Jeremy Deller’s print The History of the World hangs above a custom-made limestone shelf in the master bedroom; the linens are by the Monogrammed Linen Shop and the pillows and coverlet are by de Le Cuona.