For those of you who read the blog frequently, you'll probably recognize the name. Reference gorgeous fashion photography here, Fashion Photography, Meagan Cignoli.
Below is her loft, which Meagan uses as a combination live and work studio. I had the good fortune of advising her on the interior design.
Now, the existing condition is
1. Big open space.
2. Mminimal windows, and thus minimal light at one end.
3. It has to be extremely open for frequent events, gatherings, and photoshoots.
Given this criteria the idea was to
1. Challenge the scale of the space with a few big moments or elements.
2. Keep most everything white to allow for whatever slight natural light is coming in to keep moving throughout the space.
3. Define livable areas that feel comfortable, enclosed, and home like. All without literally dividing the space with walls. To define areas within areas I suppose.
There are notes below all of the photographs, and if you'd like to see more of my work you can simply visit my website at tmds1.com.
tmds1.comHome Interior Design, New York Fashion Photographer Meagan Cignoli's Live And Work Visual Country Loft. A bigger desk image. Here you can see the little wheels a few of the furniture pieces are on.tmds1.comHome Interior Design, New York Fashion Photographer Meagan Cignoli's Live And Work Visual Country Loft. Just a nice detail here. Less is more. You don't need a ton of stuff. Even in a huge loft.