"We're working with DISC Interiors because, as a firm, they share our values and aesthetic.” says Steve Glenn, CEO of LivingHomes. “They have an incredible record of creating spaces that reflect the kind of warm, modern, conscious design that we hope defines our LivingHomes."
We've been busy with a few new projects over the last months. One particular project we are thrilled to be part of is for LivingHomes at this week's Dwell in Design at the Los Angeles Convention Center. DISC Interiors designed the interiors for this prefab home, selecting the finishes to the furnishings, and art. Hope to see you there. - David John
"Known for its warm modern style and layered textural rooms, DISC Interiors has selected a rich palette of reclaimed wood, dark cabinetry finishes for the kitchen, recycled Caesarstone for countertops, and a grey toned cork floor for the showcase project. Throughout the project, there will be signature pieces by local and West Coast-based designers and ateliers. The firm is furnishing the home with bespoke furniture from Lawson Fenning, and selections from Cisco Home. They have selected graphic wallpaper from boutique wallpaper firm Cavern, along with a hand tufted wool rug from the Anni Albers collection from Christopher Farr. They are working directly with Rejuvenation, a Portland-based lighting company, with a showroom at the Helms Bakery, on the interior and exterior lighting fixtures. Art throughout the home will be curated by Culver City based gallery, Taylor De Cordoba, and will include works by Hadley Holiday and Danielle Nelson Mourning.
DISC Interiors is currently working on residential and commercial projects everywhere from Pacific Palisades and Rustic Canyon to the Russian River in Northern California and Marina Del Rey. The chance to design this year’s LivingHomes showcase prefab at Dwell on Design is a tremendous honor for the firm. "We're thrilled to have been asked to design for LivingHomes,” says David John. “We've always been intrigued with architecture that pushes the bounds of form and function, not to mention aesthetic beauty.”