Architect Andrew Franz modernized a former warehouse in Manhattan, New York built in 1884 and turned it into a chic top floor loft apartment with mid-century style interior decor. A mezzanine interior courtyard with a retractable glass roof connects to the roof garden with views of the Hudson River and lower Manhattan.
A tiny 240 square foot brownstone studio apartment on Manhattan’s Upper West Side was renovated by architect Tim Seggerman. Inspired by mid-century furniture designer George Nakashima, a variety of woods including cypress and bamboo for the cabinets, ash and beech for the staircase, and quartered white oak for the floors were used.
Located at 383 West Broadway in Soho, Downtown Manhattan, New York City, this 7,500-square-foot luxury penthouse loft apartment was designed by Piero Manara & Debla Manara-Berger of Casamanara.
It is challenging to make a 425 square foot tiny apartment functional and look spacious. This micro loft apartment in Manhattan’s Upper West Side located at West 73rd Street was cleverly designed by Spect Harpman Architects.
In order to accommodate all one might need for an apartment, “living platforms” were created. The multiple layers of “rooms” make the vertical space very bright and open.
W/G Loft designed by Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. is located on the 23rd Street in the Flatiron District in Manhattan, New York City.
The 3,200 square foot modern loft apartment received a gut renovation with the addition of an exterior terrace.
The entertaining and “public” space has high ceilings and is very open, while the personal space is more intimate.
Set atop the CitySpire Center at 150 West 56th Street in Midtown Manhattan, New York, this stunning penthouse condominium occupies the top three floors of the building. The apartment has 8,000 square of interior living space and 3,000 square feet of exterior space.