|Originally posted by leph555 |
Dutch firm UNStudio have introduced curved walls and sweeping ceiling lights to this Manhattan loft to create a gallery, library and living space for an art collector.
The new walls, which meander through the long and wide loft, are used to hang art and display books on self-lit shelves.
18,000 LEDs sit behind light diffusers that span the ceiling and provide local and ambient light in variable shades.
The existing fenestration has been replaced with ceiling-height windows to maximise views across downtown Manhattan.
[The curved walls are made of fibreglass reinforced with gypsum panels, while the floor has been finished with douglas-fir boards.
Where do I sign?!
Fucking hell, I want to live there!
Agree with the others though, what it needs is darker wood floors. The white walls I like because it's very easy to add your own colour to it.