Flatiron Loft Renovation by Matiz Architecture & Design

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Aptly named ‘Flatiron Loft meets meets Bali’, this family style loft was renovated by Matiz Architecture & Design (MAD), located in the Flatiron District of Manhattan, New York. The tone was influenced by Balinese craft juxtaposed with the Industrial style of New York City. Completed in 2015, the loft is comprised of 1,900 square feet of sumptuous living space.

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From the designer: Details include imported materials such as hand-painted floor tiles, custom made millwork and petrified wood all creating a contrast of colors and textures weaved throughout the space.

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The lofty open floor plan connects the living room, den, dining area and kitchen providing functionality and comfort for the family lifestyle.

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MAD’s architectural design practice stems from the belief that the built environment is a living breathing entity with the ability to express emotion and intimately engage with its surroundings.  In leveraging spaces’ animated potential, MAD approaches every architectural project through a visceral lens and with an emotional depth upon which our clients have come to rely.

This practice operates in a range of scales and typologies, from single-family residences and stand-alone retail stores to large-scale university facilities and landmark renovation projects.

 Photos: Hidenao Abe

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9 years ago

I suspect the owners are french…

The bowls with names are from Bretagne, you ask for a name and they write it on.

But I wonder if it is a good idea to write names on the walls of the shower : what if you have to sell the house ?