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Scandinavian and Minimal New York City Loft

New York City Loft

Architects: Søren Rose Studio
Project: New York City Loft
Location: TriBeCa, New York City, United States
Photography: Thomas Loof
Text by Søren Rose Studio

This duplex Penthouse with rooftop is located in the heart of TriBeCa on one of the few original cobblestone streets. The owner of the building has Scandinavian roots so it was natural to have a very clean Nordic approach to the interior design. Many of the pieces are editions designed by the studio mixed with vintage pieces and furniture from De La Espada, BDDW, Flexform and many of the brands we love.

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