Trevor Cheney is an interior and furniture designer at his eponymous studio. He obtained his degree in Industrial Design in Los Angeles. The furniture designer attaches as much importance to functionality as to the beauty of an object. That is why his designs are often simple and user-friendly.
He was recently commissioned to transform a former prop house in the west of Los Angeles into an office for writers and television producers. The client needed a lobby to receive people and office spaces where employees could work in peace and quiet.
The interior is nothing like a classic office building.
Cheney created a mysterious atmosphere in the spaces through the use of dark colours and heavy materials. It is noteworthy that Cheney is a big fan of Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand's furniture because different products from the famous designers are used. The interior is nothing like a classic office building. From some angles, the rooms resemble living rooms or dining rooms, and from other angles they can be interpreted as meeting rooms. The renovated office is undoubtedly unique.
Photography by Shade Deggers