Though artists were the first to move into the industrial lofts of New York City's SoHo neighborhood back in the '60s, few could afford one there today. But at least for Aussie photographer and interior designer Marytn Thompson, along with partner and fellow artist Dove Drury-Hornbuckle, the "SoHo artist loft" fantasy is alive and then some. Recently featured over on AD España, the pair's 2,368-square-foot Prince Street digs serve as their dreamy home studio, an intoxicating collection of their creations and inspirations. Located in a 1904 building, the space, as teased by the lounge above, is drenched in the couple's work. Thompson, for example, has been immersed in developing Cezanne's Shadow, a collection of fabrics and wallpapers referencing the French artist's famous still life paintings, many of which involved flowers. That would explain the sheer bombardment of florals on the walls, armchairs, tabletops, you name it.
AD España has the full tour.
· Hunter Beauty [AD España]
· Parisian Studio Looks Both Half-Finished and Totally Perfect [Curbed]
· All Artist Abodes posts [Curbed]