International Inspiration in Small Spaces

Think small can't be spectacular? Homeowners incorporate a world of influences to create an international level of elegance in their modestly sized spaces.

Vibrant Living

When Leonardo Annecca moved to New York to open his studio, he also needed a place to live. This Manhattan loft offered the perfect opportunity to create living and work space within an exhibition gallery. Simplicity was the key. Leonardo is proud that with very little money he created a warm, soulful, versatile space that is difficult to achieve in a bare, minimalist space.

At the end of the gallery is a taller table with barstools, which is used for entertaining, dining and working. This bar divides the gallery space from the living space and also conceals a small-scale refrigerator. See-through curtains divide the space but don't block the light and flow of the space. They also hide functional units: a tiny office space, a closet/dressing area and a corner nook that holds a bed with rolling drawer storage underneath.

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    • Libby Langdon, Designer, Libby Langdon Interior Design Website: www.libbylangdon.com
    • Jacob Ward, Managing Editor, Readymade Magazine Website: www.readymademag.com
    • Leonardo Annecca
      Architect
      L-A-DESIGN NEW YORK
      Website: www.l-a-design.com
    • Carib Martin
      Architect, HELP Foundation
      We apologize no further information is available.
    • Whitney Sander
      Realtor, Sander Architects
      Website: www.sander-architects.com
    • Catherine Holliss
      Realtor, Sander Architects
      Website: www.sander-architects.com
    • Marlon Gobel, Designer, Luxurykills
      We apologize no contact information is available.
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