Oh, and he puts books everywhere. A man after my own heart...
Take a look at these dining rooms by Stilin and look how each room might follow a template of a traditional dining room (one needs a dining table and chairs since it is, after all, a dining room) but each space features a completely different and thrilling "chandelier." And each dining suite has a completely different presence and profile.
The following Stilin-designed living rooms are full of amazing furniture and art. Look at how each chair is a sculpture, a work of art in itself, unusual, unique, even strange in its shape and scale. These rooms are like scenes from a chair museum... and I mean that in a good way! And study the objets he has peppered around each space, and the textural and sculptural elements and how they are grouped, whether stone or wooden spheres, rusted chains, a Serra-esque coiled steel plate cocktail table, colored glass, ethnic and aboriginal crafted articles, or natural items like antlers, skulls, or branches. I previously posted about his tableaux skills here. Despite the fact that his rooms are full of curiosities and beauties, they feel minimal and uncluttered.