This gut renovation of a loft space in a New York City circa 1890 landmark building provides a 2,000 square foot two bedroom, two bathroom living space. The design approach allows for continuity of space through the 100 foot deep loft, filtering light from the rear southern exposure with bedrooms to the north facing open living areas. The bedrooms have sliding frosted glass doors that open to the center of the space. The open kitchen with an 18 foot long counter is centrally located in the floor plan to act as a gathering place.
The gut renovation required the installation of all new mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems including rooftop condenser units. The apartment was fully wired with an integrated audio visual system.
All floors are white oak with light fixtures by Floss.
Project Architect: Vu Tran
MEP Engineering: Ryan Consulting Engineers.
General Contractor: Quality General Construction Inc., Eric Lam
The bedrooms are accessed from the central foyer area via frosted glass sliding doors.
The master bathroom with double sinks and a whirlpool tub.
The guest bathroom contains a steam shower.