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Live work loft

If the last project by Ensemble Architecture and Elizabeth Roberts Design was all about living large in a narrow space this one is about living and working in an expansive loft. The large industrial building is home to a sculptor wife and chef husband. Half is an artist studio and the rest a light and bright living space with a chef's kitchen for TV productions and events. Love the office next to the kitchen. A series of sliding doors provides separation between more private areas and the cooking stage.

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A tamer Carlos Mota

Proof that Carlos Mota can tone it down a notch (in case you missed the last post here). This Tribeca loft is gorg! 


Harrison Street loft

Loft lusting right here folks with this stunning beauty in Manhattan by Søren Rose Studio. Hi white painted brick. Hello gorgeous super-wide plank floors (dying!). How you doing super huge windows? I think I love you. 

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39 White Street

I LOVE this loft....mostly because of the kitchen. SWOON! Aside from the lack of windows, the combo of black granite, white marble, walnut and subway tiles is pretty much perfection. This 19th century Tribeca space belongs to raad studio principal James Ramsey. Original details were preserved (thumbs up!), such as old windows, tin ceilings, and brick walls and some windows were added to create more light. The 300-bottle wine rack made out of terra cotta drainage pipes Beluga whale skeleton made from a plaster mold over the dining table are rad. :)

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Bond Street loft

Yes, I continue to have lofty dreams. This loft, again by DHD Architecture and Design is a gorgeous blend of industrial and chic. This pied-à-terre loft with soaring fourteen foot ceilings, sits within a classic cast iron building in the heart of Noho, NYC. It is home to a couple who are serious about their art. The wide plank grey oak floors and white gallery walls set the palette for an art filled environment. A custom designed silk rug fills the main space, while the large-scale Lindsey Adelman light installation hangs above. The furniture, a mix of vintage and classic contemporary, were carefully curated to create a home that is elegant and subtle yet eclectic. The use of cowhide, mohair, woven leather and velvet create subtle textures against the painted brick and wood planked walls. (Photos: Rick Lew)