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.
For the design of a small guest cabin with all the fixings on an existing foundation, BC—OA treated this 12′ x 15′ footprint – well smaller than a single car garage – as a little jewel box, packed out with the full functionality of a house four times its size,…
Our clients’ love for an industrial esthetic tempered by color and texture, and their desire for a truly family-centric experience guided many of our team decisions for this spacious loft.
This Federal-style townhouse, once located in the historical Washington Street Market active from the 1770s to 1960s, was used for most of its life as an egg and poultry distributor.
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.
This Chelsea apartment occupies the top floor of one of a series of brick rowhouses that were joined together to create a larger building. In the existing layout, the street frontage of the unit is split between the living and dining spaces on one side and one large bedroom on the other.