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sneak peek: scott engler

by anne

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we have a tip from photographer melissa kaseman (she shot the place) to thank for the fabulous sneak peek into the home ofΒ  scott engler and his girlfriend marie. the house was built in 1900 in the castro section of san francisco and represents an archive of his travels as well as his fondness for taxidermy, singular books, odd likenesses of dictators. he’s also tried to “create a home that will entertain for weeks in anticipation of the next big quake allowing inhabitants to exit as the dust settles enlightened yet none the wiser.” click here for more full-sized images of scott’s place.Β  [thanks so much scott!]anne

[notes from Scott: Some of the pieces include a chandelier from Lindsay Adelman, Lake Credenza from BBDW, Dining Room Table from Luke Bartels of Re-Find Furniture and Hand Painted Geometric Wallpaper by Tim Balon. Artwork by Jule Chang, Damon Sneed, Clare Rojas and Barry McGee.]

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