55 Broad St-Office Lovvy

Rugs by Lucy Tupu Studio, in 55 Broad StNew York, NY

Rugs by Lucy Tupu Studio seen at 55 Broad St, New York - 55 Broad St-Office Lovvy
Rugs by Lucy Tupu Studio seen at 55 Broad St, New York - 55 Broad St-Office LovvyRugs by Lucy Tupu Studio seen at 55 Broad St, New York - 55 Broad St-Office LovvyRugs by Lucy Tupu Studio seen at 55 Broad St, New York - 55 Broad St-Office Lovvy
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55 Broad St-Office Lovvy

at55 Broad StNew York, NY
Situated in the heart of New York’s burgeoning Financial District, also known as FiDi, the lobby of this building is home to Lucy Tupu's bespoke rug of plain cut-and-loop pile. A New Zealand wool and nylon mix are enhanced by this piece’s custom colors and size. Lucy Tupu Studio worked with the designed team of Fogarty Finger Architecture.

Meet the Creator

"Lucy Tupu is a classically trained Industrial Designer with over 20 years of experience produces bespoke rugs, carpets, furniture and lighting. She has lived and worked in New Zealand, Australia and the United States.

The New York City-based design studio, Lucy Tupu LLC, was founded in late 2015 and her debut collection was launched in May 2016 at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF).

Lucy is influenced by her Samoan and New Zealand roots, which epitomize her trademark aesthetic of clean, sophisticated pieces with vibrant, graphic and playful touches that reflect both her cultural heritage and warm, energetic personality.

​In addition, Lucy produces a significant amount of bespoke pieces for clients with varying budgets. On every project, she is a design partner first and foremost - drawing on a rich, creative background spanning over two decades. Partnering closely with the client at every phase of the process, Lucy leverages a diverse set of materials and fabrication techniques to realize their unique vision."

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