David Ling

Posted on Thu, 19 Nov 2009 by KiM

It takes a special kind of person to come up with the idea of a moat (2 actually) and a bridge in a loft. That special kind of person in this case is David Ling, an architect. He converted a former dental factory in NYC into his own work/live space, with a moat and bridge separating his office and living space, and another moat separating the living space from the bedroom mezzanine. Now that’s ingenius, and breathtaking.

Loving the OK on the wall!

Karena says:

Very cool. Oh, I love it. More art please! Especially on the fireplace wall.

midcenturyjo says:

Internal water features like these are the must have in seaside mega mansions here. Bringing the outside in. I’m always afraid that I’ll stumble in after a few drinks too many. Having said that I love David’s work. The rawness of the loft and the fabulous artwork.

I love all the colors!

Vesta Monroe
Domestic Goddess Guide

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