Edward I. Mills + Associates contemporary-living-room

Edward I. Mills + Associates

New York, NY. By creating a central pavilion to house all services, this loft's ceiling and floor planes are allowed to define an open space which extends out to the views beyond. The pavilion's walls lead one into the next, like a pinwheel. Along with three floating walls, these planes cause the space to open up and reveal itself as one moves through. The client's extensive art collection resides throughout.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

beckyfong added this to beckyfong's ideas
May 31, 2013
rysolo added this to rysolo's ideas
June 3, 2012
like the dropped highgloss ceiling. something like this in kitchen. or with wood highgloss finish
tredillard added this to tredillard's ideas
February 15, 2012
Floor molding
misskristy78 added this to misskristy78's ideas
December 14, 2011
Franklin Bonello added this to franklin_bonello's ideas
November 19, 2011
ceiling lights
miguellazaro added this to miguellazaro's ideas
September 26, 2011
lighter grey couch with rug
laurenmpark added this to laurenmpark's ideas
March 3, 2011
low furniture, frames in back, floor
daanania added this to rooms
February 9, 2011
like ceiling separation and dividing wall of bookcases
Adelle Nel added this to lounge
July 13, 2010
Margaret Everton added this to Look Out Below! [Area Rugs To Love]
September 7, 2009
Beyond function and texture, rugs are a great [and easily-changeable, for the fickle-minded] way to add color and visual interest to a space.
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