from Loft Life Magazine
"Charoonkit Thahong’s New York loft mixes Hollywood regency with mid-century modern overtones to create a space that celebrates good design. Some gems include the 1969 VP Globe lamp by Verner Panton, the Fortuny Moda lamp, the Knoll Tulip armless chairs and the oh-so-fun black Victorian love-seat. Thahong, an art director for R/GA, has managed to infuse warmth into the otherwise over-sized, industrial space (located in Hell’s Kitchen) adding subtle touches of glamour to finish off the look. It’s proof that life without walls doesn’t mean sticking to only one aesthetic; Thahong’s space is fit for both Charles Eames and Marie Antoinette!"
If you live in a loft, open floor plan, or studio, book cases without a solid back allow light through but create a divider.
..a pretty corner...
Here's a few pics from a tribeca loft, also as seen in Loft Life magazine
What do you think of the curtain divider with artwork displayed on it like a wall?