A JENNY DRYER THEORY HOME

Interior Designer Jenny Dyer Hamptons beauty
which she shares with boyfriend  Andrew Rosen of Theory.

In 2008, Rosen enlisted architect Ana Maria Torres, with whom he embarked on a dramatic overhaul of the 1920s house. They opted to preserve the ivy-covered facade but carved out chunks of wall to showcase the luscious expanse of greenery and natural light. Once the dust settled, Dyer assumed the task of redecorating. Fortunately, she and Rosen are aesthetic birds of a feather, sharing a penchant for midcentury-modern architecture, the casual cool of Peter Beard photographs, vintage Knoll settees, and nearly anything from American furniture designer Tyler Hays of BDDW. Despite Dyer's British roots, her childhood echoes that of the American Rosen, who grew up partly in the Neutra- and Lautner-populated environs of Palm Springs. "My parents immigrated to California in the '50s," she says. "My father is an architect, and as children, we always lived in these crazy modernist houses." Though perhaps "cozy modernist" is a more apt term here. And both are design perfectionists. "Literally, if a table's not right, I'd rather eat on the floor," she avows. 
written by Meenal Mistry

 
"it's like being on safari in an African tree house.", says Dyer of their exotic bedroom 
 
 
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