Enright House - Legends of La Cienega 2014 (Novel Interiors) - May 5-19, Dragonette, Los Angeles.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer. Shown here: The Cha Cha Room on the 22nd floor - home of Julia Biddle.
Enright House - Legends of La Cienega 2014 (Novel Interiors) - May 5-19, Dragonette, Los Angeles. Night view from street - tiny blue window looks into the Cha Cha Room.
Enright House - The Cha Cha Room (designed by Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti in 1954). First diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer. Shown here: back side of the diorama case.
Enright House - The Lobby (designed by Francis Elkins in 1933 - art work left is by Gorky and on back wall the largest Franz Kline painting in existence). Second diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - The Lobby (designed by Francis Elkins in 1933 - art work left is by Gorky, on back wall the largest Franz Kline painting in existence and Francis Picabia's "Animal Trainer"). Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Bar Alfred (designed by George Stacey in 1943).  Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Bar Alfred (designed by George Stacey in 1943 - view of the red entry hall suspended ramp - painting in the distance by Ashile Gorky). Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - work left is a monumental Picasso).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - the walls, floors and ceiling were made with cork. Works by Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, William deKooning, Reg Butler and Jean Arp are in view).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - the walls, floors and ceiling were made with cork. Works by Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, William deKooning and Reg Butler are in view).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer.
Enright House (shown here) an illustration for the design of the dining room by David Hicks for apartment 26 home of the Marquess and Marchioness of Londonderry. Created by Meyer.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer.
Enright House - Legends of La Cienega 2014 (Novel Interiors) - May 5-19, Dragonette, Los Angeles.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer. Shown here: The Cha Cha Room on the 22nd floor - home of Julia Biddle.
Enright House - Legends of La Cienega 2014 (Novel Interiors) - May 5-19, Dragonette, Los Angeles. Night view from street - tiny blue window looks into the Cha Cha Room.
Enright House - The Cha Cha Room (designed by Gio Ponti and Piero Fornasetti in 1954). First diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer. Shown here: back side of the diorama case.
Enright House - The Lobby (designed by Francis Elkins in 1933 - art work left is by Gorky and on back wall the largest Franz Kline painting in existence). Second diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - The Lobby (designed by Francis Elkins in 1933 - art work left is by Gorky, on back wall the largest Franz Kline painting in existence and Francis Picabia's "Animal Trainer"). Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Bar Alfred (designed by George Stacey in 1943).  Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Bar Alfred (designed by George Stacey in 1943 - view of the red entry hall suspended ramp - painting in the distance by Ashile Gorky). Third diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - work left is a monumental Picasso).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - the walls, floors and ceiling were made with cork. Works by Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, William deKooning, Reg Butler and Jean Arp are in view).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - Private Gallery (designed by Donald Deskey - the walls, floors and ceiling were made with cork. Works by Franz Kline, Walt Kuhn, William deKooning and Reg Butler are in view).  Fourth diorama of this fictitious world.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer.
Enright House (shown here) an illustration for the design of the dining room by David Hicks for apartment 26 home of the Marquess and Marchioness of Londonderry. Created by Meyer.
Enright House - is an intricate universe created that tells the story of the fictitious building through dioramas, memorabilia, cases and didactic's - all created by Meyer.