A concept born out of our love of Canadiana and a necessity of creating functional separation in a loft just shy of 600 square feet.
The Greenwich Industrial Loft, located in Manhattan’s Tribeca, is the renovation of an existing loft space in a 1920’s industrial building – an old printing plant. The detailing of the space complemented the original industrial nature of the building and reflected the owner’s love of mid-century modern furniture and art.
Scott Specht, founder of award winning Austin/New York firm, Specht Architects, has just completed his latest NYC project, The Infinity Loft in Greenwich Village. The 900 square foot loft renovation was completed in September
SABO project recently completed the gut renovation of a Brooklyn loft located in a former die casting factory built in 1913. After a 1980’s residential conversion, all concrete columns and ceilings were concealed. The removal of most partitions and a vast 4’ dropped ceiling presented the opportunity to reveal the authenticity of the building as well as dramatically expand the space.
Clean design and sleek lines transformed this condo unit into a modern marvel. Studio 512, Nicole Blair, and WishTree cabinets, Matt Prine and Stjepan Boban, worked in conjunction with all other trades to bring this design to life.
River Loft is an apartment designed by New York-based Robert Young Architects. Description by RYA: With a spectacular view of the Hudson River, this 3-bedroom/3.5 bathroom loft renovation for first-time parents combines crisp modern detailing with the warmth and textures of wood and other natural materials. In an effort to better define the entry, a […]