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This Santa Monica Loft Is a Neon Escape From New York Winters

Design Hunting

10.15.15

Happenings
  • Designer Movies
    The Architecture & Design Film Festival, now in its seventh year, touches down at Bow Tie Chelsea Cinemas, from now through October 18. The festival will feature more than 30 feature-length and short design-themed films, including Talking to My Father, wherein Simon Walker considers the legacy of his father, iconic Irish architect Robin Walker. More  ›
  • Artist Homes
    Explore the homes of painters, sculptors, designers, and architects with a screening and discussion of Don Freeman’s documentary Art House on Friday, October 16, at the Fashion Institute of Technology. Freeman, a photographer, visited 11 homes and investigated the way their inhabitants’ particular fields and interests influenced their home design. More  ›
  • Site Seeing
    The 13th annual Open House New York Weekend takes place this Saturday and Sunday, October 17 and 18. Hundreds of sites across the five boroughs will be free and open to the public, such as the Edgar Allan Poe Cottage in the Bronx, the Onderdonk House in Ridgewood, and the Historic Houses of Conference House Park in Staten Island. More  ›
Design Hunting

Space of the week

A Neon Loft by the Beach

When New York winters become unbearable, this Upper East Side couple flees to Santa Monica. See More ›


Wall-mounted lighting fixtures free up space on bedroom nightstands.

Curtains made of perforated metal let the sun creep in.

The living room has chairs by Quillian and a resin wall sculpture.

The Best Bet

The Metal Stand

This Slit table from HAY Mini Market, made from powder-coated steel, is available in various colors as well as brass and mirror finishes. More  ›

Design Hunting, Socially
Design Hunting on Facebook Tips on all things decorative, design chats with Wendy Goodman, and photographs from the latest design hunting discoveries in NYC. facebook.com/DesignHunting
Design Hunting on Twitter Moment-to-moment updates on design news and trend-spotting, as well as live-tweeting from insider events and parties (with a few contests thrown in for good measure). @DesignHunting

This elegant Layers clock ($147 at American Design Club) was designed by Brian Farrell and made from hardwood with a water-based clear-coat finish. Use the code NYMAG15 at checkout for a 15 percent discount.

 

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