Recently, a redesign that I completed for caterer Ron Lazarus and his husband John Wise was featured in the Atlanta Jewish Times.

Lazarus co-founded, with Scott Ardolino, one of Atlanta’s premier caterers and event production companies, Affairs to Remember, which celebrated its 40th anniversary last September.

For Ron and Jon’s new residence, they asked for a modern classic style. Contrasting the smoky gray linen walls, the art is captivating and engaging.

One Museum Place: Luxury Midtown Living

One Museum Place was completed after John Wieland’s 12-year effort to bring his dream of real luxury Midtown living to fruition, and is located directly across from the High Museum of Art and the Woodruff Arts Center. Wieland’s personal art collection is rotated through the common areas of the building. He owns a curated, 30,000-square-foot warehouse gallery on the Westside that houses his vast collection of art (which is, unfortunately, not open to the public). His collection has many building and housing themes, and the red Nagoochie sculpture at the front entrance of Ron’s home also belongs to John Wieland.

Ron Lazarus and his husband downsized from a 5,000-square-foot Virginia-Highland home (after living there for 42 years) to a 2,500-square-foot unit inside the building. There are only 44 homes in the complex, and each is unique.

Of the move, Lazarus says, “We actually don’t miss the space or the maintenance. We wanted an easy lifestyle filled with new and marvelous friends, which we have joyfully found in our new digs.”

To read the entire interview with Ron Lazarus online at Atlanta Jewish Times, click here.

To view any of the photos below in a larger format, click each one.

Update: In January 2019, I received a new sales catalog for One Museum Place featuring photos of this very condo that I designed. I am beyond flattered to have my designs in their marketing collateral. All Photos for that shoot were by Duane Stork Photography.