Published on November 10, 2015

Interior designer Karim Rashid takes us on a tour of his pre-war, 1930s Chelsea Loft. Inside, we find a whitewashed aesthetic with no shortage of vibrant colors and eclectic details that inspire. The loft’s open floor plan even feature ballet floors to absorb sound. But our favorite part just happens to be a home office that’s anything but ordinary. See for yourself!