STORY + VIDEO EDITING BY RACHEL SCHWARTZMANN – FOLLOW EVA – PHOTOS + FOOTAGE BY BRIDGET BADORE FOR THE STYLE LINE
Éva Goicochea understands the power of design. Her
penchant for minimalism, coupled with her eye for style has informed her many successful professional endeavors in the fashion, technology, and wellness industries. Eva’s thoughtful approach has also translated into the making of her beautiful (and perfectly minimal) home – case in point, today’s story with Éva who kindly invited us to experience a morning in her world.
Nestled in the heart of Greenpoint, Brooklyn, we were immediately in awe of the assemblage of beautiful objects throughout Éva’s home (all of which we found to be a testament to her undeniable taste for simple and well-made things). It also doesn’t hurt that her adorable dogs, and cats, added a lively energy to the mix.
While there, we also lost ourselves in the shelves of art books, admired the many plant-laden corners (which added new life to the neutral-heavy color palette that was present throughout), and soaked up the warmth emitting from the large windows – and from Éva herself. After a full tour of the airy space, Éva enthusiastically brought us up to speed on life in Brooklyn, her passion projects, and her thoughts on the power of minimalism. As she eloquently stated in our interview below, “I find that simple design and messaging creates a sense of understanding and calm that has been the compass by which I guide my work and make my home.”
Without giving too much away, discover more from our time with Éva, featuring a more in-depth look at her space with exclusive photos (and video footage) captured by Bridget Badore for The Style Line.
Hi. I’m Éva Goicochea
We love your penchant for design and the fact that it inspires a sense of wellness. What role has this played in your life both personally and professionally?
Minimalism or simplicity seems to be at the intersection of both your personal style and endeavors. Would you agree? Why do you think this is an important or impactful way of living?
I do agree (though hopefully I’m not known as having a monochromatic sense of humor or imagination—yikes!). My minimalistic approach comes not from necessarily viewing it as a better way to live, but just as the way that I do best.