Tribeca Loft Renovation

  • date: 2009
    location: NYC.

    The Tribeca Loft Renovation located in New york City included the conversion of an open loft into a high-end one bedroom apartment. As the Project Manager of the renovation, I worked closely with the client to produce a cost effective renovation that embodied the desired aesthetics for the space and was in keeping with the landmarked building.
    The loft renovation was situated within a historic district and subject to Loft Board Control and Co-op Board approval. The complexities of this type of project required careful and multiple steps to facilitate the approval process.
    The proposed design worked within the context of the historic warehouse and maintained the open loft feel while providing ample storage for the client's use. The design included raising the ceiling height throughout the apartment by exposing the original building joists and introduced custom built millwork made of mahogany that complimented the existing wood beams, columns and flooring.
    Curved elements were introduced to facilitate the flow between public and private areas and permitted the creative configuration of the bedroom. Translucent features where added to these curves so natural light and ventilation could enter the living room and kitchen while maintaining the privacy of the adjacent spaces.  
  • View of Kitchen Area.
  • View of custom concrete counter-top. 
  • View of custom millwork for office area. 
  • View of tiling detail for curved wall. 
  • View of custom bathroom millwork.