The company’s designers ixdesign gave new life to this loft in New York Citys West Village. The project was called 130 Barrow Street Loft. The total area is 1,050 sf and apartment is located within a structure built as a truck garage in 1931. In 1983 it was turned into a condominium complex, but the crazy geometry of apartments and a limited amount of natural light betrayed the past. Designers had a lot to change to create a functional and warm interior. White color is dominated and creates the effect of additional space and lighting. Wood and velvet furniture have been added to provide the feeling of coziness and elegance.
The unique interior design Box / Box was presented by Snarkitecture. Located in Brooklyn, New York, this tiny studio is located in the loft above the office. This “box” is kind of experimental project that was completed into two months, and the cost of interior design was just under $ 9000. A ladder leads there from the ground level through a hatch hidden in the floor. There is only bed and shelves in the room, so the owner can have a rest here and think in silence. A key element of the design is certainly 25.000 ping-pong balls, which decorated the walls around the perimeter. Color gradient from dark to light, illumination on the ceiling and counter mirrors on opposite walls allow to visually expand the space.