Renovation of a late 1800s industrial loft retaining the character of the original transformed into a living space for a family of four, including two young children. The open plan allowed for light and air to penetrate through the 90 foot long space.
Bedrooms were created in the center of the loft with translucent operable clerestories and porthole windows to communicate with the adjacent spaces which offered a playful element.
The oversized dining and kitchen areas became the social center with the family room on the opposite end of the space serving as entertainment and office area.
The Family Room with the daughter on the sofa.
Bedrooms with operable translucent clerestories and porthole windows viewed from the Family Room. The hanging lamp in the office area is vintage Ingo Maurer from the early 1960s. The son is in the corridor.
The Dining Area as social gathering space.