Office Visit: Remodelista Architect/Designer Modern Dining Room Roundup
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A well-used dining room speaks of sharing; food, drink, and merriment (and operates at full capacity during the holidays); indeed, it's the most sociable space in your home. In this roundup, we visit a collection of serene, minimalist rooms from the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory, from the more casual to the more formal. To see more spaces, visit the Dining Room Gallery on the Remodelista Architect/Designer Directory. Above: This lower Manhattan loft in a former printing house, designed by Specht Harpman , accommodates a young family. Photo by Michael Moran. Above: Anabelle Seldorff of Selldorf Architects anchors the dining space in this loft with a pair of Nelson pendant lights. Photo via Selldorf Architects. Above: The dramatic oversized black hanging pendant in this Orina dining room by Kriste Michelini Interiors has a sculptural quality that holds the room together. Photo via Kriste Michelini Interiors. Above: NY-based Workstead created an intimate dining area in this Prospect Park project; the geometric cabinetry and the mismatched Wishbone chairs add visual interest to the space. Above: This West Chelsea dining room by Deborah Berke & Partners Architects features a collection of shimmery mercury glass pendants. Above: This dining room in a Croatian house by Rees Roberts + Partners features a mix of rustic (stone walls and floors) and modern (Saarinen office chairs). Photo by Scott Frances . Above: In this Sands Point, NY, house by Ohlhausen DuBois Architects , the floor to ceiling glass on both sides of the modern dining room extension give you the feeling of being part of the landscape. Photo by Christopher Cooper. Above: Buttrick Wong Architects integrated a built-in side board into a wall of storage cupboards in this Berkeley dining room. Photo by J. D. Peterson .