5th Avenue Residence. Photo: LVMinc.
Larah Moravek has spent over a decade honing her studio experience at both Clodagh Design and Yabu Pushelberg where she was an award-winning team leader and mastered her skill set. Procuring this foundation, Larah possesses a vast and in-depth design experience which allows her to offer a full range of services.
Prior to founding her own company (LVMinc) in November 2010, Larah took a six-month sojourn to India and Asia which profoundly influenced her design vision. Her travel blog, “the tracing.” was conceptualized as a way of communicating her experiences through her own words and photography. To this day, it continues to document the visual inspirations found in the world around her and has gathered a world-wide cult following.
Larah’s design philosophy, one that is grounded in fundamentals of scale and proportion, whilst being highly imaginative and creative. Her vision is aesthetic awareness, taking in all five senses to be cognizant of how people will respond mentally and emotionally to a space. Her forte is creating experiential spaces that reinforce a point of view and captures a tangible artistic quality for her clients. Both a leader and team player, Larah has a profound understanding of her client’s needs whether it be commercial or residential. For all her projects, LVMinc gravitates towards using materials in their authentic state,
With a visual curiosity in art and the world at large, Larah’s unique design intention pushes the edge and creates projects both undeniably artful and functional...a well-attuned design.
dining room: rear view of christian valdes dining chairs acts a lovely backdrop Photo: LVMinc
living room: vintage wool upholstered armchairs from Flair add a little flair to the furniture collection Photo: LVMinc
dining room: sleek marble and charcoal kitchen with a lindsey adelman DIY pendant in the foreground Photo: LVMinc
master bedroom: overview Photo: LVMinc
accents: playing with graphics and textures to add depth Photo: LVMinc
bedroom: two tone concept on walls is a modern interpretation of "paneling"
lighting: Roll & Hill antler sconces offer a sculptural, luminescent glow along the stairs Photo: LVMinc
drapes: full length drapery gives a feeling of being in a cocoon Photo: LVMinc
chair in bedroom: a punch of color to draw the attention to the sculptural seating Photo: LVMinc
guest bedroom: nailhead studded linen headboard gives the right amount of luxury Photo: LVMinc
master bedroom: deep colors set the tone of the bedroom Photo: LVMinc
living room: drapery opens up to allow for the majestic downtown views to envelope the space Photo: LVMinc
stairs: private staircase leading to rooftop Photo: LVMinc
dining room table: burnished metal dining table complements the caramel leather valdes chairs Photo: LVMinc