Luca Paganico's Design Portfolio
This jack-of-all-trades loves spaces that are clean and modern with unorthodox touches.
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November 25, 2014
When the client asked for a bedroom inspired by a Las Vegas resort, Luca created this luxurious space decked out with deep purple silk wall coverings and a white upholstered headboard.
Luca designed a custom chandelier to add glamour to this cosmopolitan condo.
This symmetrical picture wall features photos taken during the clients' favorite vacations.
Custom wallpaper from Italy serves as a backdrop for the sleek black media console and television.
This high-rise condo features baked bamboo flooring that runs up the wall for a modern look. Luca painted custom artwork to match the room's color scheme.
The Finishing Touches
Personal photos and colorful accessories in red, black and chrome tie the room together.
The foot stools in this room are made from recycled fabric, and can double as coffee tables.
Angular, dark wooden trim draws the eye to this room's custom chandelier.
Colorful "ceiling clouds" add architectural interest to the often-forgotten fifth wall.
Green never looked so good: The bar tops in this restaurant are made from crushed recycled glass with embedded LED lights, and the floor is outfitted with recycled tiles. The soft leather chairs in the waiting area were handmade in Italy.
Green and Glamorous
Luca did a complete overhaul of this restaurant using more than 80 percent green materials. The restaurant is outfitted with LED lights that change color depending on the desired mood.
Luca fashioned this custom collection of artwork from recycled glass.
A Place to Lounge
Custom low lighting, built-in gas fireplaces and sleek sofas set the mood in this restaurant lounge.
Luca designed these midcentury-inspired pendant lights for the entryway of a warehouse condo.
Contemporary and Classic
An exposed brick wall original to the building adds an element of history to this contemporary orange living room.
Old and New
Time-worn accessories tie together old and new elements in this living room.
The custom paint color used for this Tuscan kitchen was inspired by a hue found on a wine label. Custom pendants illuminate the bar-style island.
Bathroom Focal Point
Luca used recycled glass tiles to create a focal point in this hotel-inspired small bathroom.
Luca transformed a dated 1950s kitchen into a modern country space, complete with lighted glass-front cabinets and a stunning glass tile backsplash.
The Jazz Age
This custom mural, inspired by 1920s style, is a focal point in this lounge.