Hussein Jarouche's Chelsea Loft | Yellowtrace

Hussein Jarouche's Chelsea Loft | Yellowtrace

H. Jarouche's Chelsea Loft | Yellowtrace


Project name: Hussein Jarouche’s Chelsea Loft.
Location: Chelsea, New York.

Brazilian artist Hussein Jarouche visits New York four times per year, staying in this 87sqm loft in Chelsea designed by Ana Strumpf – his home away from home. Jarouche is the owner of Micasa, a furniture and object store in São Paulo, hence the super cool eclectic aesthetic of the NY loft.

The space is full to the brim with design, art and new ideas. There’s patchwork of old plates of brass lamps on the ceiling, different kinds of animals hanging on the wall, vintage lights and teacups hover over the kitchen bench, with other countless industrial objects and furniture items filling the space with loads of character. Art by Alex Katz, James Rosenquist and Damien Hirst fills the rest of the bare walls. Like srsly. This place is too kool for skool.


[Photography by Fran Parente for Casa Vogue.]


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