Vegas Penthouse From Design Star Challenge 1

For the 11 designers, the first challenge was to maximize their potential by turning an empty Las Vegas penthouse into their own personal living space — within 28 hours and a budget of $15,000.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionBy sinking a large, custom-built dining table into the middle of the room, Scott and Kim succeed in creating a wonderful, intimate dining area where a large number of people can comfortably gather.

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This space is a wonderful example of taking an adverse condition, like a sunken pit in the middle of your room, and making it a design feature. By sinking a large, custom-built dining table into the middle of the room, Scott and Kim succeed in creating a wonderful, intimate dining area where a large number of people can comfortably gather. Additionally, by making an interesting light fixture that starts from the table rather than the ceiling, the team creates a sculptural element that adds to the room's architecture.
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