One Morning with Lucinda Loya

Article by Danielle Ohad

The notion that the home is the most substantial, ambitious, intimate expression of our identity, taste, and biography has guided me throughout the majority of my career, leading to an eternal quest for discovering the forces and energies behind the interiors of all periods. Today, I have experienced one of those moments when visiting the Gramercy home of interior designer Lucinda Loya who hosted my class for a tour and for a conversation about the concepts that have lead to the design language of this magnificent 4,000 sf space. Set on the ground floor of a former chapel built in the Victorian Gothic Revival style in the 1880s, its immense high vaulted antique ceiling of darkened oak has come to determine the interior scheme, shaping its perception and vocabulary….

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