Get The Look: Brooklyn Loft

May 14, 2016

AUTHOR: Sabine

During New York design week last year Italian designer Piero Lissoni created the ultimate loft space. The perfect balance of Italian design with local, independent New York brands. A mix of classic and contemporary, the space was ideal for living and working. Set in a 4,000 square foot space in Brooklyn’s sunset park neighbourhood the loft’s architectural bones featured ceiling height iron framed windows, exposed radiators, bright white walls, concrete floors and huge open spaces. Dream loft living!



A mix of industrial and soft elements works in this space to create the ultimate NY loft style. Think glass, brass and natural fibres like linen. Indoor plants won’t go astray, taking advantage of the natural light.


Blank space is as much of a feature in this style as the design elements themselves. Notice large areas of concrete floor with no furniture that add to the drama of each room. If you’re fortunate enough to be living in a property with a similar style don’t feel the need to fill every inch of space.



Achieving this look at home is easy with some of the following elements… Cult bed

Aran upholstered bed by Adam Goodrum, $7000, Cult;

Ben Tovim light

Rough Diamond chandelier, $3500, Ben Tovim Design;

Arthur G chair

Reuben leather and timber chair, $1240, Arthur G; Fanuli table

Altone Roy timber dining table, $6990, Fanuli;

Iittala vase

Iittala Alvar Aalto Vase Opal, $140, Royal Design;

Zuster coffee table

Tribute coffee table with Sapphire blue quartzite top, $3500, Zuster;

SBW sofa

Ari sofa, from $4050, Something Beginning With;

One Another cushion

Gridlock T-yarn cushion, $165, One Another;

Felix Forest artwork

Felix Forest Photograph - (V5) Chateau de Versailles V, 2015, from $2500 (unframed), Becker Minty;

Middle Road bowl

Samantha ceramic bowl, $446, Middle Road;