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Remarkable transformation of pre-war apartment in Manhattan

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A fifth floor pre-war apartment has undergone a stunning overhaul of its interiors by CWB Architects, located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York. The urban home of a busy family of four, this 2,800 square foot property underwent a major overhaul that included a brand kitchen, all new bathroom, custom millwork and furnishings and […]

Industrial-chic SoHo loft with Hudson River views

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This incredible industrial style loft in downtown New York showcases enviable views of the Hudson River, the former apartment of actress Kirsten Dunst. The actress had purchased the 7,211 square foot (670 square meters), two bedroom, one-and-a-half bathroom SoHo penthouse apartment back in 2007 for $3.09 million. The loft is situated in one of the most […]

Industrial duplex loft conversion in Chelsea, New York

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This fabulous duplex loft renovation has been designed by Selldorf Architects. located in Chelsea, a neighborhood in Manhattan, New York City, New York. The loft has a unique past, originally housing a running track and basketball court for a gymnasium. A conversion prior to this renovation had masked most of the structural elements, so the architects worked […]

Prewar loft evoking an inviting feel in Greenwich Village, NY

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This prewar loft was designed by Raad Studio, located in Greenwich Village, a neighborhood on the west side of Lower Manhattan, New York City, New York. The interiors of this warm loft is a compilation of materials, which encompasses steel, wood, Corian and plaster, which adds an astounding character to the spaces. The entryway, the material elements are shown […]

Stylish loft in TriBeCa showcasing an industrial style aesthetic

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White Street Loft is a beautiful 19th century loft designed by owner and principal James Ramsey of Raad Studio, located in Tribeca, an area in Lower Manhattan, New York. The home does not offer a lot of natural light, but makes up for it in the well placed light fixtures. Originally details have been carefully preserved, such as […]

Upper West Side apartment dressed in opulent sophistication

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Designed as sophisticated luxury, this two story, 6,000 square foot apartment showcases stunning views of Central Park in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York. The spacious residence offers the scale and elegant feel of a townhouse with high ceilings, beautiful custom millwork detailing and plenty of natural light. An additional wonderful feature to the home is that […]

Renovated New York City artists loft by Ensemble Architecture

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The Bond Street Loft was designed by Ensemble Architecture, occupying an entire floor of one of New York City’s original artists loft buildings in Manhattan’s NoHo historic district. The 1,500 square foot loft was completely gutted to create a spacious two-bedroom home for a family of three. Description from the designer: Every detail was considered […]

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 […]

Bright and colorful Greenwich Street townhouse with fresh interiors

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Greenwich Street Townhouse is a traditional home offering fresh interiors by design studio Rob Stuart Interiors, located in the West Village of Manhattan, New York. From the designer: A decade old town home looks to traditional elements to ground it in history. This fearless family yearned for a color infused, yet calming, fresh design all […]

Old soap factory converted to tranquil Tribeca oasis by Andrew Franz

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Architect Andrew Franz transformed the top floor and roof of a late 18th century former soap warehouse into an eclectic loft in Tribeca, an area of Manhattan, New York. Franz reorganized and modernized the six-story building—which retains its original 16-foot beam ceilings, brick walls, timber columns, and elevator winches from the former freight shaft—by incorporating […]