“It was easy to get inspired by this space, with its incredible natural light and distinctive personality,” says Josh Evan, of Evan Edward Interiors, describing a downtown New York loft whose owner, he says, “is a collector who loves art, furniture and design.”
In the living area, Evan centered a vintage chandelier above the eclectic seating arrangement, which includes a De Sede leather sofa and a vintage wooden armchair upholstered in a buttery velvet.
The pink sculpture is a classic Kwangho Lee. Evan sourced the V. Lorenzo Porcelli floor lamp in the corner — “ironically named the Corona 1981,” he notes — from Rewire in Los Angeles. Photo by Donna Dotan