The Astonishing Projects of Mark Cunningham

Buffets and Cabinets Blog presents you the astonishing projects of Mark Cunningham.
Serving a variety of clients worldwide, Top Interior Designer Mark Cunningham is renowned for his singular interior compositions.

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Incorporating found pieces of both high and low provenance, furniture (often of his design), and fine artwork, each of Mark’s projects is completely unique.

Each is an individual expression of his clients’ lives and lifestyles. Yet, they all share Mark’s distinct imprint and his discerning eye, guided by his passion for the design itself (whether found in an obscure upstate New York hardware store, at auction in London, or in the desert landscape of America’s southwest).

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Mark Cunningham spent over fifteen years as a Creative Executive at Ralph Lauren, before starting his own design firm in 2005.

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Mark Cunningham Inc. has worked on a wide range of diverse projects on every scale, from residential interiors to hotel design as well as architectural consultation and retail concepts.

You can check some of Marks Cunningham bests, on his Architectural Digest interview:

Philosophy: “Take each project for what it is and who it’s for.”
Projects: An estate in Massachusetts, a superyacht, a Manhattan duplex.
Clients: Sir Evelyn and Lady de Rothschild, Francisco Costa.

Favorite Hotel: Amangiri in Canyon Point, Utah.

Favorite Museum: The Cy Twombly Gallery at the Menil Collection in Houston.
Favorite City: Copenhagen.

Key Influences: Louis Kahn, William Wurster, David Adler, Frances Elkins, Billy Baldwin.
Favorite Building: Seagram Building, New York.
Favorite Garden: Desert Garden at the Huntington, San Marino, California

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