Italian born Enrico Bonetti and British born Dominic Kozerski founded their office in New York in 2000.
By applying their European approach to projects for leading tastemakers such as Ian Schrager, Andre Balazs, Donna Karan and Diego Della Valle, the duo strives to create spaces that possess an aesthetic of understated luxury and warm modernism. The effortlessness they bring to each project is reflective of their calm, low impact approach and desire to streamline the design process. They view each project as a collaboration, helping to realize the client’s goals while always striving to bring something unexpected to the process. Enrico and Dominic always try to think holistically- from the small scale to the large, and back again; from details of the furniture to the overall rhythm of spaces and volumes, often using the selection of materials as the link. As a collaborative design team, they look to each other to keep every design edited and the overall goal and vision clear.
Bonetti/Kozerski is located in the heart of Soho and has a staff of 16. Recent projects include a new concept store for Tod’s in Miami’s Design District; a private compound of five houses on the island of Parrot Key (Turks and Caicos) for fashion designer Donna Karan; residential buildings in Malibu, Hong Kong and Beijing, as well as commercial and residential projects in New York City. The firm also recently completed the first campus of the new global independent school network, Avenues, in Chelsea beneath the High Line.
Bonetti/Kozerski is currently working on a new, ground up building for Pace Gallery in Manhattan.