Former fashion designer Armando Guereca has been designing in the interior space for years, starting with decoupaging a screen with an 18th-century rose print for a friend’s relative, then on to styling Scalamandré’s print ads, and later, creating commissioned window displays for Travers New York in the D&D Building lobby.
“I will do a crazy, funny thing, but only with the finest fabrics,” Geureca says of his work. “If you do something whimsical and it’s not tip-top quality, it feels cheesy.”
Scalamandré ads, styled by Guereca
Find the full story, and check out some of Guereca’s enchanting windows, at the Cohen Design Centers' blog Go Design Go.