Today we continue our three-part series of the Dwell at Met Lofts, which featured three custom-designed spaces by ASID Designers.
Lauri Howell, founder and principal of Lauri Howell Designs, approached her 718-square-foot loft with two goals in mind: use natural materials that emphasize the indoor-outdoor connection and provide plenty of clever design tricks that make the studio feel like a larger space. Lauri used furnishings to create distinct areas for each task: cooking, dining, lounging, working and sleeping. The key to the space design was a moveable partition wall build on castors that divided the sleeping area from the living space. It also created a separate office space, which works well for a telecommuter. By mounting the television to the partition wall, it could be used for the main dwelling area by day and turned around for viewing from the bed at night.
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Dwell Media and Met Lofts teamed up to work for the third year with the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) to reimagine the interior designs of downtown luxury apartments at Met Lofts. Dwell at Met Lofts brings modern design to life in luxury apartments to showcase modern city living in a building emblematic of the modern community.
This year, Studio Showcase includes three custom-designed spaces by three ASID Designers—Lucinda Pacé of Laurel and Wolf, Lauri Howell Design, and Adrienne Mascaro of StudioBlu. Each loft featured tile by Lunada Bay Tile. The lofts were unveiled at Drinks by Design, an event co-hosted by LG, Dwell and ASID on May 27. At the private VIP event, which was open to design professions and media. Celebrity designer Nate Berkus, who is LG’s artistic advisor, was on hand to discuss the overall inspiration behind the LG Studio kitchens collection created for the Met Lofts project and his style influenced the three lofts. Enjoy our three-part series that highlights the lofts
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Rich neutrals and modern texture creates an exquisite combination in this contemporary bath designed by Collins Tile and Stone. The project took the NTCA Five-Star Grand Prize for Residential Tile Installation at Coverings 2015.
Based on a custom design, a large steam shower was housed within a beautiful glass enclosure juxtaposed against a Japanese soaking air tub. This project required careful design and execution due to the innate challenges of constructing a steam shower.
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