Joe Lupo | Photo by Marijana Marinovic
2016 was an exciting year for VT Home, Visual Therapy’s Interior Design division. With several successful projects already under his belt, founder Joe Lupo is looking forward to what 2017 will bring for this latest endeavor.
Below Joe reflects on the past year and shares his vision for the new year ahead.
Current Style Type
Solid chic. I sometimes go a hint avant-garde as the years roll by because it offers a newness that allows me to look not so serious. In interiors, my style type is also chic with an avant-garde rising. One of the reasons that I went back to school at Parson’s New School of Interior Design was because I felt that your style type should be as consistent at home as it is in your wardrobe. One of my latest VT Home projects— featured below— is the perfect example of a home that flawlessly reflects the owner’s aesthetic and personal style.
VT Home Nomad Project | Photos by Ksenia Avdulova
Biggest Accomplishment of 2016
Completing our first official VT Home client, Supermodel and philanthropist, Toni Garrn’s new apartment in the Greenwich Lane in New York City’s West Village.
A Lesson Learned in 2016
Stay true to your dreams. I am a firm believer in meditation and have been incredibly consistent with my daily practice with the help of Lynne Goldberg’s meditation app “OMG I Can Mediate” (I cannot recommend this enough!) This practice has helped me turn my dreams into reality using the laws of attraction.
VT Home Lower 5th Avenue Pied-á-terre Project
Vision for 2017
ALL of life, good and bad, is a movement towards our greatness—our wholeness. For 2017, I am going to look at every circumstance and situation that occurs in my life and find the lesson as well as the reason the universe presented it to me.