Patina style imbues Giannetti client homes in a variety of architectural styles.
For anyone who has loved the Giannetti books about Patina Farm, this book continues the aesthetic in a variety of styles.
Steve Giannetti’s architectural designs springboard from his image of ultimate beauty—a place where modern, classical and industrial elements merge to create a unique style with a modern sense of space and emotion drawn from history. His materials palette consists of wood, metal, and stone. His color palette is a chalky patina. Twelve varied homes—ranging from a modern desert glass box and a beachfront contemporary to a historic East Coast farmhouse and a Provencal-style home in California—show how Steve has used these themes to solve unique architectural challenges. Steve has collaborated with his wife, Brooke, as well as other designers on the various interiors.
Steve Giannetti is an architect and Brooke Giannetti is a designer. They are the owners of Giannetti Home, a full-service architecture, interior, and landscape design firm as well as a home furnishings, clothing, and antiques store. Their work has been featured in numerous national magazines, newspapers and books, including Veranda, Luxe, Millieu, Country Home, and the New York Times.