If you’ve read Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point, you’re probably familiar with the man behind this sneak peek without even knowing it. Joel Fitzpatrick appears in the first few pages of the book, cited as a key visionary in helping bring the Hush Puppies brand back to life. Joel is an entrepreneur, artist, fashion designer, lighting designer, interior designer and sculptor. These days he’s designing his own line of homewares, so it feels extra special to get an insider look into the home/office where this all takes place. Thanks, Joel! — Anne
Image above: This is one of my favorite pieces of art. It’s a Maurizio Cattelan photograph of a swami who buried himself in sand for hours at a time. It is paired with one of my signature black and white carpets that I have been putting in all of my projects these days.
Image above: I have twenty of my red light-box paintings in my living room and a De Kooning that is theatrically lit over the fireplace. These
Corbusier Mies van der Rohe chairs’ colors are straight from the 70s.
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Image above: My KIND Organic Turkish Towels and Pitchfork-Geo Jacquard Towel from my Home Collection.
Image above: This is a butcher-block tabletop made from end-grain teak that is one of my favorite materials to use in kitchens. (I recently designed a kitchen made from Vermont Barnwood and teak butcher block.)