HUTTON WILKINSON, TONY DUQUETTE INC., CREATED THIS ENTRANCE HALL IN AN APARTMENT ON THE WILSHIRE CORRIDOR, WITH LARGE SCALE BLOWUPS OF ORIGINAL TONY DUQUETTE PEN AND INK DRAWINGS OF VENICE, CENTERED BETWEEN BLACK LACQUERED WALLS. A SECRET DOOR TO A POWDER ROOM, IS HIDDEN BEHIND THE LEFT HAND CORNEER OF THE FAR MURAL.
Comments from blog : "The entrance hall at Harewood House, 1759, designed by Robert Adam. Photographer: Paul Barker The painted Hall chairs with their Neoclassic ornament are by Thomas Chippendale. The hall shows Adam's concern for classicism, with a unified interior of engaged columns, plaster reserves with flattened reliefs, and a running Greek Key frieze."-PB
ONE OF THE THREE CUSTOM MADE "ABALONE CHANDELIERS" CREATED BY LOS ANGELES DESIGNERS, TONY DUQUETTE AND HUTTON WILKINSON FOR THE ENTRANCE HALL OF THE 12TH CENTURY PALAZZO BRANDOLINI ON THE GRAND CANAL, VENICE, ITALY. SIMILAR CHANDELIERS ARE AVAILABLE THROUGH BAKER FURNITURE, OR FROM TONY DUQUETTE INC., LOS ANGELES.