Condo living is the perfect chance to live in the heart of a city in luxury. So, more and more development firms are pairing architects with interior designers to create lavish new condo units. The results are refreshing and also quite phenomenal. Here are 4 interior designers putting their stamp on condo living.
“Live your style” is designer Rebecca Robeson’s motto. Rebecca Robeson and her team only had 6 short months to design and complete a huge design renovation in the hip downtown district of Denver, Colorado. The 2,000 square foot condo has 13 feet tall ceilings and also exposed pokes and ducts. These elements provide the perfect base for an edgy, urban loft style design. Robeson and her team share the process of the condo renovation on her YouTube channel. You can view before as well as the after images of this fabulous design by watching the video “Cool Denver Condo Project.”
Dragana Maznic is a Toronto-based, multidisciplinary Interior Designer with over 20 years of experience. Her award winning work is in multiple publications worldwide. As a Design Director for Great Gulf, a real estate development company, Maznic has revolutionized urban condo design. Her creative vision for ‘One Bloor’, a Great Gulf project, was voted the most outstanding high rise building in Toronto in 2015. One Bloor, Great Gulf’s flagship condominium, raised the bar for outstanding architecture in the city. The warm and also modern design style is extremely unique with sculpted curves and striking silhouettes.
Kravitz Design was founded by Grammy Award winning rock legend Lenny Kravitz, They now have their first multi-unit residential project in New York with 75 Kenmare. Builder Dan Hollander started planning to replace a parking garage with a condominium at the corner of Mulberry and Kenmare Streets. He wanted a designer who both knew the area and understood “downtown cool”. Kravitz Design shared his vision, and brought a luxurious, modern, rock & roll sensibility to the design.
Kravitz’ vision was to blend a sense of the area’s scruffy artistic past with the high end finishes that are in luxury Manhattan apartments. His team accomplished this by mixing rough finishes with refined surfaces and also using materials in creative ways. In the lobby, a shimmering wall of mirrored and iridescent mosaic tile contrast the exposed concrete ceiling. Some floors in the building consist of four different natural stone types set in geometric patterns. “Home is a place where you feel like yourself and where your spirit is comfortable,” explains Lenny Kravitz of his design style.
“The greatest luxury when you come home is to be taken care of, to feel cocooned,” explains award winning interior designer and architect Daniel Romualdez. Romualdez recently collaborated with prominent architect Robert A.M. Stern on 70 Vestry in Tribecca, a luxury condominium development. The Related Companies commissioned Romualdez to design the interiors of the waterfront residence’s 46 condo units. “This is a place for the sophisticated design aficionado, someone who is looking for a combination of grandeur and coziness,” Romualdez said in a statement. The spacious residences feature natural and also traditional materials applied in strikingly modern ways.
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