New York Post Home – Designers at Home: Damon Liss
New York designer Damon Liss and his wife Lisa – partners in the interiors firm Damon Liss Design – opened the doors to their own Tribeca apartment on today’s New York Post Home supplement. The 2,400 sq.ft. condo, in a 19th-century historical loft building (a former factory), took 8 months to renovate after the couple purchased it in 2012. Liss tells the New York Post that he designed the duplex loft with his family in mind, which is evident of his affinity with classic mid-century furnishings. Along a 1930’s Danish armchair, the main living room also features a couple of Brazilian vintage pieces – a 1960’s Martin Eisler armchair and a Scapinelli coffee table – Liss mined from ESPASSO. A long-time ESPASSO client, Liss has used Brazilian contemporary, modern re-editions and vintage pieces in lots of his projects and states: “We use their (ESPASSO) contemporary pieces for a pop of color, their vintage pieces for one of a kind sculptural elements, and their outdoor furniture for our beach projects.” Check out entire article here.