Le Whit is a multidisciplinary design studio. Through critical investigation of space and its emotional impact, the studio creates custom environments that celebrate the everyday experience. With acute aesthetic authority and precise project management, every client can expect the process to be just as intentional as the design.


New York
55 Nassua, 2D
Brooklyn, NY, 11222

8216 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA, 98136




David Adjaye’s US High-Rise is Home to Art Collector’s Eccentric Flat
Designboom, 09.04.2021, by Yasmina Karam

9 Impressive “Before & After” Remodels of 20th-Century Homes in Seattle
Dwell, 06.17.2021, by Melissa Dalton

Don’t Count the Dining Room Out
Mansion Global, 04.25.21, by V.L. Hendrickson

The Return of the Foyer
The New York Times, 03.02.2021, by Joanne Kaufman

I Installed the Philip Johnson Sign
ARCHITECT, 02.26.2021, By Corey Kingston

The Walls in this Dining Room by Le Whit are the Coolest You’ve Ever Seen
House Beautiful, 02,26,2021, by Lauren Jones

What are the Best Cloth Napkins?
New York Magazine, 01,26,2021, By Lauren Ro

The Best Bed Frames, According to Interior Designers
New York Magazine, 01,05,2021, By Lauren Ro

Le Whit
Glasswing, 01.07.2021, by Glasswing

Before & After: A Seattle Midcentury Sloughs Off Its Unsightly Finishes
Dwell+, 01.05.2021, by Melissa Dalton

Low Life, Revisiting Robert Moses’s Exclusionary Design Scheme at Jones Beach
PIN-UP, 12.10.2020, by Liza Curtiss, Corey Kingston, and Emily Pellerin

Bolero Brings Modern Vietnamese Design to Williamsburg
ADpro, 04.30.2020, by Timothy Latterner

Paradigm Pushers
Gray Magazine, Issue #46, by Rachel Gallaher

Considered Materials Combine in This Luxe Seattle Loft
The Home Upgrade, 2019, by Gestalten

Wooden Boxes House Bathroom Facilities at Pioneer Square Loft in Seattle
Dezeen, 01.13.2019, by Eleanor Gibson

Pioneer Square Loft in Seattle Features an Epic Bathroom With a Sauna 
Yellowtrace, 02.25.2019, by Yellowtrace Team