Lobel Modern, opened in 1998 by Evan Lobel, showcases furniture, lighting, hand-blown glass and art by important designers from the 1940's thru the 1980's. Located in the Four Points section of lower Manhattan.
This elegant interior incorporates both vintage and new design. The biscuit tufted sofa is new by Lobel Originals. The abstract painting is by Brady Legler (an artist represented by Lobel Modern). The end tables are by Edward Wormley and Karl Springer and the hand-blown Sommerso glass table lamps are by Seguso (Murano) from the 1950’s The rug is from Odegard. The vintage cabinet is by Harvey Probber and the floor lamp in the corner is by Tommi Parzinger. Floor to ceiling custom drapes finish off the room. The mix and soft palette make this room very luxurious.
Here you can see the adjoining dining area with vintage Harvey Probber dining table and John Hutton for Donghia dining chairs reupholstered in a rich textured velvet. The chandelier is by John Pomp with hand-blown glass globes. The vintage sideboard and mirror complete this part of the room. The graphic wallpaper creates a separation in the space and sets the tone for the apartment when you step off the elevator.
The rich graphic wallpaper sets the tone for this space. The vintage sideboard on stiletto brass legs pops off the light oak floors.
This master bedroom is a cozy space. With the walls upholstered in ultra suede and the floor covered in a graphic silk rug from Odegard, it’s truly a serene and relaxing space. The drawers of the bedside tables are lacquered silver leaf. And the vintage lucite lamps and plaster chandelier complete the space. The headboard adds the pop of color that sets off the rest of the room. Again the floor to ceiling drapes soften the whole room.