The renowned designer, Sandra Weingort, has created an apartment project inspired by the Japanese Modernism. Take a look!
This minimalistic home project designed by Sandra Weingort in NYC’s Lower East Side belongs to Joaquín Mollá, a client who shared the designer’s serene symbiotic vision for this light-filled project.
Being a longtime student of Buddhism, Joaquín Mollá, an Argentinian advertising executive, wanted to bring a cultural side to his NYC’s home. He told Sandra Weingort that this residential project should be identified as a New York pied-à-Terre that has an affinity for Japanese Modernism, exquisite design, and culture.
This New York project is a 1,400-square-foot, two-bedroom space on the Lower East Side with extraordinary light and height ceiling. It has the full potential of becoming a cozy dream home for Sandra Weingort’s client since it is the perfect place to incorporate the serene the Japanese modernism concept that Joaquín wanted.
Sandra Weingort‘s Argentinian client is a design lover, contemporary art connoisseur, and collector of bespoke furniture designs, three secret passions that you can identify in his new apartment. Besides the unique furniture selection and contemporary artwork selection, the interior designer also decided to naturally accentuate the rooms’ expansive height by exposing and restoring the existing concrete slab above, yielding much-needed depth, texture, and patina.
Thanks to the apartment’s innate sense of space and airiness, Sandra Weingort decided to go with a Japanese and mid-century furniture combination, since both of them were passionate about those types of furnishings. The infusion of mixed wood tones and aged steel underscored a warm intimacy throughout the space.
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