The loft 32 is situated on the 8th floor of a former Baťa shoe factory building in Zlín, overlooking the green heart of the town. Its design aims to integrate the town’s image into the space of the apartment.
Counterbalance Loft is a complete reworking of a 2-story urban loft, working within the context of the existing steel and heavy timber structure, creating a framework for the owners’ eclectic taste and lifestyle.
The Gym House is situated in the gymnastics building of an early 20th century school complex in Rotterdam North. The dwelling, for a family of four, consists of the ground floor gym room and an adjacent hallway and storage zone.
The Brutalist apartment project brief called for the re-design of an inner city warehouse conversion in Camperdown, for a couple seeking a minimalist lifestyle with an interior to match.
The completely renovated loft space is contained in New York’s iconic Sugar Warehouse building in Tribeca overlooking the Hudson River. The Warehouse was erected in 1853 by the Grocers Steam Sugar Refining Company and was at the time the City’s second tallest structure after the Brooklyn Bridge.
This 3200 square foot Greenwich Street Loft was designed for a couple who live alone but will occasionally host their extended family. The master suite is an extension of the public space of the great room but can be closed off with a large pocket door.