Washington DC/ Dupont Circle
Home & Design's 2010 Annual Sourcebook featured this home belonging to a mid-thirties professional couple. It's a vibrant space, reminiscent of the client's more traditional childhood home but updated with bright colors, graphic prints and a balance of feminine glamour and midwest masculinity.
New York/ Upper West Side
This Pre-war Upper West Side apartment reflects a classic feel. The client's antique pieces have been refreshed using modern textiles and adding contemporary accessories.
New York/ Gramercy Park
A Gramercy bachelor apartment emphasizes industrial materials -- a chair made from an old whiskey barrel sits across from a side table comprised of recycled tires. The space is clean, bright and contemporary. This project included a full bathroom renovation and custom millwork.
New York/ Studio
This New York City studio makes the most of a small space, articulating different vignettes within the larger room and incorporating many of the client's own treasures into the final design. The result is tailored, yet still feminine and soft.
New York/ Park Ave. Office
The lobby of this Upper East Side doctor's office balances modern and natural materials with elements of the doctor's own South Asian background. This warm setting is less like a doctor's waiting room and more like a comfortable living room.
New York/ Chelsea Stratus
The shared lounge area in a New York City condominium building had to feel harmonious to all tenants. The design incorporates warm finishes and natural materials like slate, copper and wood. This project was completed as part of a BBGM design team.
Bronze Ridge Cabinet
Inspired by designer Kipp Stewart, made from flame mahogany veneer with blackened steel accents and bronze mirrored top. In collaboration with Matthew Fairbank Design.
Leroy Media Console
Made from rift sawn ebonized oak and cocobolo veneer accents. In collaboration with Matthew Fairbank Design.
Walnut Plank Table
Walnut solid with natural oil finish. Design and construction, Traci Alleman.
Caster Bar Table
Walnut veneer with satin stainless steel legs, on locking caster wheels. In collaboration with Design Compendium.
Home & Design, 2010
Traci Alleman is a former dancer with a BFA from The Juilliard School. After pursuing design studies at New York School of Interior design, she worked with Alan Tanksley Inc., and the hospitality design firm BBGM. In 2007, she started her own design firm, Atelier ATA, specializing in residential design.
Atelier ATA's design aesthetic emphasizes modern eclecticism by highlighting a mix of old and new styles as well as adding a layer of accessories to generate depth and personality for an inviting living space. The firm creates environments that are beautiful as well as comfortable and functional, and that ultimately reflect the clients' vision.
Atelier ATA can take on a range of projects: complete renovations, refreshing existing spaces and design consultation.
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