Loft of Frank and Amy

Designed for an art critic and film editor by Robert Luntz, Joseph Tanney for Resolution: 4 Architecture, the loft of Frank and Amy is a bare, wide-open play space in New York City Gritty Hells kitchen.

Inhabitable? – an Ultramodern Loft

This project in Montreal by Jean-Maxime Labrecque certainly has a few unique twists, but what sets it apart from similar interiors is, in part, the fact that most photos show someone actually occupying the spaces.

Tribeca Penthouse Makeover

After commissioning a design for his apartment—and then scrapping the results—a young investor gets the bachelor pad he always wanted.

Urban Living XXL

This Boston loft – nearly 5,000 sf with 18-foot high ceilings – presented a number of amazing opportunities and more than a few challenges

Live-Work Loft

This urban loft for a single man occupies the entire top floor of a 1920′s concrete frame structure in San Francisco’s Soma neighborhood. The space, essentially a “toolbox” for the owner’s urban lifestyle, uniquely adapts commercial and technical materials and components to residential functions.

Waterfall Factory

A lake, a waterfall, a 1950s factory refurbished into a minimalist space that reaches out to a wooded wonderland through walls of glass. References to its industrial past are complemented by the minimalist interiors but what could be cold is brought to life by that view. Fitout and furnishings are simple. The art graphic and strong.

Copan Loft

What was once a closed apartment full of tiny rooms is now opened up making it a light, bright, airy loft.

Family House by Ricardo Bofill

There are houses that impress through size and greatness, others through shape and beauty and others through simplicity and elegance or modernity and charm. This summer house, located in Girona, the northeast of Catalonia, Spain is impressive through its greatness, shape and design at the same time.

Sci-Fi Apartment

This futuristic looking apartment is a duplex rehabilitation project recently completed by A-cero Architects in Galicia, Spain.

Bond Street Crash Pad

This dwelling was originally two separate apartments. It has become the NY crash-pad for a rock star located in a landmarked building on Bond Street.