This renovation of a loft apartment in Tribeca for a family of four included a complete re-configuration of the plan. The new plan includes an Entry/Mudroom and Powder Room, a large Living Room, and a windowed Kitchen with dining area.
The Living Room runs the length of the north wall and includes an accordion paper Molo partition, cleverly concealed within custom cabinetry, that can divide the space into two. Custom walnut millwork houses a work space and AV equipment.
The Kitchen, the main hub of the apartment, was re-located to the perimeter to maximize views and daylight. It includes a 12’ long island with a honed Caesarstone countertop and a high gloss finish on the cabinetry, which reflects the light throughout the space. Cabinetry was designed to align across the length of the room.
A narrow hall was expanded to create a children’s study area, adjacent to the Kitchen, which includes a custom resin-topped desk with pin-up board and book shelves. A custom upholstered headboard and shelves frame the bed in the Master Bedroom. The two children’s bedrooms can be opened up with a large sliding wall.
The Master Bathroom fixtures were re-configured. The floor and tub surround are clad in a vein-cut marble, and the walls are covered with glass mosaic tiles.
New York, NY