Franklin Street Loft

North and south exposures in this 3000 square foot loft in Tribeca allowed us to line the south facing wall with two guest bedrooms and a 900 sf master suite. The trapezoid shaped plan creates an exaggerated perspective as one looks through the main living space space to the kitchen.

Gerald Butler in NY

Thirteen-foot-tall mahogany doors with a knocker that could summon the dead. A ceiling fresco depicting the rape of Ganymede. Plaster walls chipped and mottled with age, massive columns supporting limestone lions, crystal chandeliers casting spidery shadows…. Medieval castle? Ancestral manor house? Try a two-story loft in the heart of New York’s ultratrendy Chelsea district.

Greene Street Loft

A marvelous job done by Slade Architecture: a redesign and remodel of an old industrial space in New York, turning it into a bright and open 3000 square foot loft living space.

Futuristic loft

Patrick Tighe Architects have created this 1400 square foot loft, located in a warehouse building in downtown Los Angeles. The live-work environment was designed for a creative professional. Two distinct entities are evident in the design. The angular geometry of the faceted stone clad monolith stands in contrast to the free flowing organic elliptical shaped room.

Spacious SoHo loft

This is a wonderful SoHo loft with a light-filled space made rich with rough brick walls, a sculptural masonry fireplace and wooden ceiling joists. The owners are Natalya and Eugene Kashper.