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Family loft in Chelsea

After moving into their new apartment in New York’s Chelsea neighborhood, collectors Juan and Bart turned to Britt Zunino of design firm Studio DB to make the space a home for themselves and their young daughter. Studio DB brought color and texture into the former fur factory loft, as well as artwork by Ashok Sinha and Adrian Kay Wong.

Photos by Matthew Williams

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"Softies" by Adrian Kay Wong
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“Home is where you can add the artefacts of your life. We have things from when we were single, when we were children, when we first met, and now as parents.”

— Bart, art collector

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"New York to Los Angeles #1" by Ashok Sinha hangs above the bed

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