Inson Dubois Wood is currently working on several Hamptons homes, townhouses on the Upper East Side, and large estate homes in Greenwich. Inson Dubois Wood has recently published a 330 page book by Rizzoli “Inson Dubois Wood Interiors”, a full retroperspective of his residential projects including homes in 5 countries. As a result of this best selling architectural design book, Inson Dubois Wood has won the prestigious industry design award: The Highland Award for Excellence in Residential Design His trophy project is a recently gutted penthouse residence Essex House along Central Park South, a Classic Nine residence directly across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Inson Dubois Wood recently completed Northern Thailand retreat, a fashion boutique in Soho, event space in Chelsea, VIP townhouse club in Soho. Inson Dubois Wood has also collaborated with Hermes and Fendi on multiple projects both past and ongoing. Recently, he has been published in Monacelli Press's top selling design book, Designers Abroad, featuring twenty of the world's top designers and architects, teNeus bestseller “Living in Style: Scandinavia”, and has appeared on the cover of Luxe Magazine a baronial mansion in Green. Inson has taken part in numerous show houses and his work has been published in Architecture Digest, Vogue, Traditional Home, Brides Magazine, Hamptons Cottages and Gardens, Haute Living, New American Luxury as well as Vogue's book People, Parties, Places. Inson Dubois Wood most recent magazine publication has included a cover feature in Luxe Magazine for a ground-up manor house in Connecticut. The firm currently working on three new townhouse projects on the Upper East Side.
Inson Dubois Wood received his Masters of Architecture from Harvard University where he studied under the current powerhouses of modernism: Frank Gehry, Rem Koolhaas and Coop‐ Himmelblau. Mr. Wood’s multilingual abilities have enabled him to work overseas on projects in Austria, Japan, Italy, Thailand and France. Prior to that he graduated top of his class at Cornell University with a 5 year Professional Degree in Architecture where he won Thesis of the Year, The Sands Memorial Medal, Downing Prize and several traveling fellowships. Mr. Wood acted as design director for master decorator‐architect, Juan Pablo Molyneux on Residensea, and several high‐end residential projects in Paris, Vail, New York, London, Naples, Miami, Scarsdale, Boston and Quebec. Upon leaving Molyneux, he worked as director of architecture and design for David Easton Incorporated where he ran 18 major projects including projects in Aspen, Denver, Mexico City, Charlottesville, Montreal, Greenwich, and New York. His highlight was working on a gut renovation of a 25,000 square foot townhouse (New York’s second largest) originally built in 1908 by the renowned architect, Ogden Codman in collaboration with Edith Wharton. The diversity of Mr. Wood’s experiences have allowed him to move between traditional, contemporary and modern styles with seamless fluidity, often combining styles for truly timeless compositions.