Housed in the Biscuit Company Lofts building—which was erected in 1925 as the West Coast headquarters of the National Biscuit Company (Nabisco)—in Los Angeles’ Arts District, the 1,620-square-foot loft space was initially transformed into a two-bedroom apartment.
Originally from Washington D.C., Ian Felton grew up in a family where creativity and curiosity for other cultures prevailed. He attended Montessori schools and spent time in Latin America with his family.
Estudio Persona’s deeply collaborative process allows them to create unconventional design pieces with sculptural lines inspired by natural forms that they describe as “a distinctly neutral and minimal take on the monochromatic melancholy of their native Uruguay.”
Since establishing his award-winning interior design firm at the ripe old age of 24, Nate Berkus has bridged the worlds of easy and elevated with a fine eye and light touch. With a megawatt smile and a sincerity of skill rather than outright swagger, he is, as one of his timelessly textured interiors, approachable.
In 1985, a new owner purchased the building with the objective of transforming it into a place where artists could live and work. Today, designers, musicians, sculptors, painters, photographers, and filmmakers continue to use it as studio space.
In the lively district of Marseille, there is a shop that contains multitudes. Called Sessun Alma, the concept is sunny, craft-centric, a place for creative flourishing.
On view through July 24, 2021, this exhibition showcases new and site-specific contemporary art and design works by 18 international artists taking place in Luss House, the former residence of Gerald Luss in Ossining, New York.
Airy, spacious, imbued with tranquil views—strikingly contemporary homes immersed in nature and natural light capturing the upper echelons of indoor / outdoor landscape design.
Where does the story for a centuries-old building truly begin? As it pertains to Italian artist and architect Vincenzo De Cotiis, the question is not nearly as interesting as to how the story ends, particularly in the case of the austerely done residence he designed inside a badly neglected palazzo near central Milan.
That Old Library, where material from Nationalmuseum’s Art Library and archives is exhibited, emerges as a highlight of the broader revamp—and standing entirely on its own—speaks to the depth of its exquisitely done interior.