“We needed an electric charge of le style Rothschild,” Marino says of a 1929 Tudor Revival house he renovated for a couple in Greenwich, Connecticut. His solution? “Fabrics with an exotic texture, a splash of chartreuse in every room, and furnishings that channeled the Raj,” he says. “A beefy Tudor mansion needs some spice from the East to enhance its flavor.” Marino designed the living room’s striking wall covering, which was inspired by traditional Indian motifs. (May 2008)
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Chanel Soho / Peter Marino Architect
Another glamorous salon at Dior designed by Peter Marino.