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New York Loft in the Former Police Headquarters / RAAD Studio

New York Loft by Raad Studio

This unique New York Loft was designed by RAAD Studio, an award-winning Manhattan-based design firm with a portfolio of over 100 completed projects. This loft is located in one of the most beautiful buildings in New York City, the Beaux-Arts style former police headquarters located at 240 Centre Street.

A unique room inside an iconic New York building was carefully treated to emphasize the muscular beauty of the ancient building skeleton itself. In a project that was almost more about taking away than adding, the interventions were meant to create a clean backdrop for the roughness of the building shell. Building systems, storage, and lighting were all added in delicate balance to bring out the character of the space. Photos by RAAD Studio

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