It’s been an awfully eventful year, so you’d be forgiven if you missed the news that the designers behind DISC Interiors, whose projects we’ve frequently championed on our site, came out with a book this past spring. Portraits of Home (published by Rizzoli) showcases the impressive breadth of their work over the past decade, but there is one commonality running through the pages: Los Angeles.
“We wanted the book to represent the diversity of the neighborhoods we work in Los Angeles, from the hilly and lush terrain of Silver Lake, to the flats of Hancock Park, to the ocean side canyons in Santa Monica,” says David John Dick, who along with Krista Schrock founded the firm. “The chapters were set up as postcards—one project for each neighborhood—and we wrote about the defining characteristics and historical context of each neighborhood. How we approached the interiors is reflected in the location of each project.”
Here’s a peek at one of the projects featured in the book, a 1920s Spanish-style house in Santa Monica’s Rustic Canyon.
Photography by Sam Frost, courtesy of DISC Interiors.
For more projects from DISC Interiors, see:
- LA Palette Cleanser: A Flash-Free Holmby Hills Makeover by DISC Interiors, Before and After
- A Spanish Colonial Revival Home Transformed, LA Edition
- The Designers Are In: LA Style, Artisan Edition
- Indoor-Outdoor Living: An LA Ranch Rehab by Barbara Bestor and DISC Interiors
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