Victoria Hagan has long been respected for the intelligent integration of architecture and interior design. Her design philosophy features a refined use of materials, sophisticated color, and strong silhouettes.
Victoria has designed an extensive number of versatile projects, from the most elegant urban residences to casual weekend retreats, noted residential developments, and innovative corporate interiors.
The New York Times described her work as “the most cerebral, the one bound to be influential,” and she continues to be a major force in the design community. She is continually featured in such publications as Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, W, Town & Country, Harper’s Bazaar, Traditional Home, In Style and Interior Design. Vogue exclaimed that she defies the old school implications of the term ‘lady decorator.’
One of her latest projects is at Devonshire House, occupies just 770 square feet on the ground level. It’s a one-bedroom affair, recently listed with Stribling brokers Robert McCain, Chloe Rosen and Kristina Wallison for $1.595 million.
The home’s appointments are quietly refined, calming, cozy and modern. New arrivals are greeted by an open kitchen with white oak floors in a rustic hue, a farmhouse sink and an island topped with a softly glistening crystal-glass composite. Off the living room, a corner banquet might serve, as both homework station and dining area. Ceilings coffered in light custom millwork lend the space a little stretch.
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From here, the apartment proceeds. But not far. A trio of fogged-glass doors slides in grades across the bedroom’s threshold to create a hallway leading to the bathroom, lending privacy to sleepers and bathers alike.