This 3200 square-foot apartment packed with of color and eclecticism are perfect for an urban dweller. The owner, businessman Jaime Lacase decided to transform the completely compartmentalized space into an enormous apartment with a very personal decor.
The previous home of John Curran and Kristen Frederickson, longtime Tribecans is a perfect statement about the areaâ€™s reinhabitation. The 80-foot-deep three-bedroom loft apartment was designed by New Yorkâ€™s Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects, with Joel Barkley taking the lead. It manages to celebrate the guts of the old neighborhood without any denial that there is much to enjoy about the new.
You might have seen rotating houses before, but this one predates them by decades. Built by Italian engineer Angelo Invernizzi, the house has an upper section that rests on a circular track and follows the sun. The 1,500 tons’ building is powered by two motors with a total of three horsepower.
Atlanta-based photographer Rob Brinson has had this loft studio in the King Plow Art Center, a former plow factory from the 1800s, for 23 years now. Today itâ€™s the full-time studio space he always dreamed of when he first became a photographer. He and his wife, Jill Sharp Brinson, stylist, designer and creative director for Ballard Designs, lived there full-time for six years but now use the living spaces as a getaway and a crash-pad for friends and relatives.