A house is an empty building. A home contains objects and spirit and style. An interior is a series of interplaying elements that both reflect the philosophy of the inhabitant as well as the original designer or architect of the exterior structure. Functionality, circulation, warmth and depth can resonate in one’s environment. Although modernists have usually been thought of as overly rigorous and clinical, the truly inspired interior is at once casual and formal, functional and elegant. Texture and color are integral elements in the unified interior. Space and form can be meditative to reflect on, but must accommodate the flow of everyday life. A perfect interior adds incalculable value to the quality of one’s life.