British born artist Zoë Buckman lives in a light loft apartment in Brooklyn’s Dumbo area. Because she couldn’t afford her dream home ánd a studio she knew she had to have a studio space in her loft, therefor her work is very visible in her home. Dividing her studio and living space would have meant little natural light in the living area so instead she decided to make one big open plan home where living and working flow into each other.
You can see a lot of her own artwork in her home, like the floral boxing gloves, but there are also lots of pieces from other artist which gives it such a unique style. In her interior you can also see that hard/soft combination from her artwork. The exposed brick and beams are paired with furnishings in soft textiles and floral patterns. An absolute lovely combination!
photography by Max Burkhalter & stying by Gabrielle Pilotti Langdon