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Highline Chelsea Loft by Robertson Tait / New York

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Highline Chelsea Loft is a project completed by New York – based Robertson-Tait.

Description by Robertson-Tait: This project benefited from Robertson-Tait’s involvement in early stages of design as the construction feasibility consultant working with both the clients and designer. Our team faced many challenges given the parameters of the existing space and the desired design and mechanical infrastructure but the end result was an uncompromising success.

Project by Robertson-Tait
Photographs: Frank Oudeman

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