This Soho Residence is a combination of a neutral palette and unique interior design pieces. Take a closer look at this Manhattan Apartment and fall in love.
Augusta Hoffman is the interior designer that was chosen to decorate this historic Soho Loft, in Manhattan and she did an amazing job. Her client is a former Navy SEAL, who was new in town. This apartment belonged to Adam Levine.
Hoffman had the job of transforming this Soho Residence, and so she did, giving it a level of sophistication and elegance, aligned with unique art pieces.
“I think the space is so architecturally layered that you could get away with minimal furniture—you could just do like one amazing slipcovered sofa and be finished,” Hoffman says. “But the client really wanted something that felt kind of bohemian and super layered, so I think we found a nice balance.”
As a Navy Seal, her client didn’t have a trove of material possessions in storage, but Augusta took care of it. He began to want more and more art pieces at his home, and so together they pull that off. For example, in the first image, we can see oversized Noguchi lanterns. We can also see Hoffman fabrics in the chair and pillows.
The dining area has a combination of traditional and modern art pieces. On the wall, we can see a painting by Monica Kim Garza. The dining chairs are from Carlo Scarpa, around a Ruemmler table.
This is an example of a simple, yet elegant entryway. With a neon lighting piece by Jochen Holz from the Future Perfect.
This is the bar area that includes an Arabescato marble, that is also used in the bathroom. Augusta did this in order to create some cohesion around the house.
The best thing about the primary bedroom is the natural light, of course.
“It’s a small space, which, I think, in design lends itself to doing something a little bit more dramatic,” Hoffman says.
Credits to: Architectural Digest