Inside the house, Moser took more liberties with design but didn't stray from his credo of timelessness. If there's an overarching aesthetic, he says, "it has to do with the Asian-inspired furniture I was making at the time I was working on our Edo collection." That influence manifests itself in clean, contemporary lines and a lack of the period details that often imbue historically sensitive renovations. "I think I struck a pretty good balance," says Moser.
(Eric Roth Photo)