Collection by Melissa Schneider

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The meeting room features a custom table designed by the firm and produced by a local artist.
For this street-side facade, seven tall, slim windows are screened by DMVA Architects calls “knitted” bricks.
A Hans Wegner Shell chair by Carl Hansen & Søn outfits the living room, which is defined by a steel beam painted sharp...
Venlet’s prototype of the armless Emperor’s Hat Chair sits near his Cuppa coffee table, made of Cor-Ten and stainless...
In the living room, a black Carrara floor lamp by Alfredo Häberli for Luceplan echoes the shape of the column.
Coral Dreams: Sofa from Missana’s The Novelties collection. Photo by Cualiti.
Two green accent walls—one seen here in the dining room—are the only departures from the strategically white backdrop.
Handcrafted green cement tile floors are used in the kitchen and in many living spaces in the home.
Adjacent to the main living area sits a snug lounge that looks out through mullioned windows onto a swimming pool.
This loft in Monza, Italy served as both a theater and a bank in its earlier days.
A vaulted loft room complete with a typewriter and natural wood furnishings serves as the perfect hidden workspace.
Attic living area. Petit-Musc A by Atelier Boteko.
Beams and columns. Loft 130M by Loft Kolasiński.
A skylight floods the loft space with daylight and offers views of the stars at night.
The brick wall adjacent to the custom dining table by Brooklyn-based Uhuru Design is original to the structure.
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