Collection by Caroline Wallis

A Miami Renovation That Blends Concrete and Rich Wooden Interiors

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Designed with Floridian sensibilities, this bright loft gives an otherwise industrial space some warmth.

Home to restauranteur and dog hotel owner Julio Isaza, the space epitomizes the low maintenance and breeziness of quintessential Floridian living. The original loft was about 90% gutted to make room for an approximately 3400 sf place for entertainment, work and relaxation. “Functionality, practicality and elegance are always on my mind. The ultimate goal is to create spatial harmony based on color, textures, etc.” explains Carlos Casteñada of 2C Design. Featuring a carefully curated array of furniture, Casteñada’s design merges the practicality of industrial elements with the luxury of softer whitewashed touches.

The warped wooden wall backing the living room not only visually counterbalances the coldness of the steel and glass,...
A row of Nahtrang pendant lights creates an axis, anchored by the enormous custom bookcase framing the dining room...
The downstairs offers an assortment of places and ways to entertain - the kitchen, two living room schema and a dining...
Everything from lighting to curtains to video and audio can be controlled from a smartphone, enhancing the loft’s sense...
A classic piece like this Eames lounge chair appears dressed down next to a hammock in the office space.
Casteñada explains, “Everything starts with an interview that I personally conduct with the owner in order to...
Balcony views and large sliding glass doors add to the tranquil airiness of the master bedoom.
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