We gave interior designers Noz Nozawa, Darren Jett, and Joy Moyler a photo of the same undecorated loft in New York – then asked each of them to create a design for it in their particular style, however they pleased. From the windows to the floors, the lighting fixtures to the furniture – three artists, one canvas, each bringing something different to space. Watch and see which designer checks the most boxes on your luxury loft wishlist. Director: Lisa Romagnoli Director of Photography: Charlie Jordan Editor(s): Estan Esparza Talent: Darren Jett, Joy Moyler, Noz Nozawa Line Producer: Joseph Buscemi Producer: Joel David Ahumada, Zara Meerza Associate Producer: Josh Crowe Production Manager: Melissa Heber Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila, Julie Suronen Camera Operator: Jack Belisle Gaffer: Gautam Kadian Audio: Gabe Quiroga Production Assistant: Mark Sweeney Art Director: Taylor Horne Post Production Supervisor: Nick Ascanio, Alexa Deutsch Post Production Coordinator: Ian Bryant Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen Assistant Editor: Diego Rentsch Graphics Supervisor: Ryan Powell Graphics, Animation, VFX: Sam Fuller Special Thanks: Reeba Mehdi Renders provided by Spacejoy, a design-led commerce platform powered by interactive 3D technology. Spacejoy pairs customers with expert designers to create a stunning home featuring handpicked products from top brands that you can shop instantly. https://www.spacejoy.com/ Featured Artwork: Richard Caplan Photography https://www.richcaplan.com/ Seth Caplan Photography https://seth-caplan.com/ Nick Carter/Verasson Creative http://www.verasson.com Olivia Cognet https://www.oliviacognet.com/ David Patterson Photography https://davidpattersonphotography.com/ Colin Price Photography https://colinprice.photography/ Christopher Stark Photography https://www.christopherstark.com/ — 0:00 Introduction 0:59 Kitchen 2:48 Floors 3:31 Walls 4:57 Living Room 8:51 Dining Area 11:55 Lighting 14:25 Art & Decor 15:27 Windows 16:34 Final Thoughts Want even more AD? Subscribe to the magazine and get a free tote ►► http://bit.ly/2H7oOSG Still haven’t subscribed to Architectural Digest on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/2zl7s34 ABOUT ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST The leading international design authority, Architectural Digest features articles and videos of the best in architecture, style, culture, travel, and shopping.

15 Replies to “3 Interior Designers Transform the Same Luxury Loft | Space Savers | Architectural Digest”

  1. I love how each of them are different with their styles through each of these challenges. Like I would go for Noz when I was building something in my early 20’s and wanted something fun and spunky….Joy’s when I would want something that a family could use….and Darren’s style for when I open a brothel/club. Haha!

  2. Darren’s space is chef’s kiss! I love bringing oriental touches into my own space because it’s my background. However, Joy’s space is the most approachable. Though I appreciate that the designers could do anything they wanted to the renderings, I know from renovating my own condo, I appreciated how joy worked with the given layout and architectural materials. As a client redoing these things cost $$$ and I like when designers save as much as they can from a sustainability perspective.

  3. I’m definitely the outlier here, I appreciate Darren’s artistic ability but it is not my style at all. It feels very heavy to me and gives off a very ostentatious vibe like it belong to some horribly out of touch tech billionaire originally from Vegas trying to impress his east coast finance billionaire buddies. That’s great if it’s your style but it’s definitely not mine. Noz’s is so fun and colorful and I would absolutely love it if those window treatments were movable like shades and her furniture choices feel very much like a loft in the clouds. Joy’s I think is the most livable in terms of overall design and functionality. All 3 are really awesome and thoughtful renditions of the same originally bland space.

  4. I initially thought Darren’s ideas were going to be my least favourite because his ideas were so loud & gaudy. But in the end, it’s my favourite. The layout & low profile nature of the furniture allows the space feel way more open compared to the other 2. To me, less is ALWAYS more. Also, though I’m not big on a loud colour pallet, his choices really work. Plus, I totally agree with his take on lighting. It looks like a super comfy space.

    Great stuff. Cheers..

  5. I love how they hype each other up and compliment each other on specific elements. The sign of true passionate professionals! ❤

  6. Darren can design whatever house he wants, it’s always so beautiful. I never consider furniture he suggest if it was suggested by another designer. He has a way of creating spaces.

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