457 Historic Loft building in Tribeca Home Design Photos

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Tribeca Penthouse
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Historic Loft building in Tribeca, New York. Cool Industrial edge. Exposed Brick walls, Steel window Shutters, wood plank floors, Custom designed steel stairs to upper deck, custom bath areas and Media center. Deborah gave the main area a strong masculine feel while keeping the design comfortable.
Living room, Fireplace for Loft residenc
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Tribeca Penthouse
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Historic Loft building in Tribeca
Tribeca Penthouse
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Jane Kim Design
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I love the industrial light!!! Would you recommend it for a loft space with 17' ceilings?
minimalist and industrial - perfect loft or attic style
Love the loft coffee shop look
brick and stainless steel. The wood adds character and a sense of history to this sleek loft. See the rest of this home
This design of this loft was inspired by the streets of Tribeca as well as the building's former life as an industrial warehouse. The vintage Toledo stools fit right in with the
sloped ceiling gives this kitchen the feeling of intimacy and creates a vista across the room with the angle of the slope. See more of this Tribeca loft
species of wood you want so you know exactly what you're getting into.See the rest of this loft
“Ilot” — Jean-Sébastien Tougas
Dirk Denison Architects
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Tribeca Residence
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Can I trouble you for some info on the columns? Did you have to build a seam into your countertop?
Tribeca Residence...Loft style and open...TriBeCa wall...New York loft...NY loft inspiration
“Profile clean. Not colour though” — juliatrojkovic
StudioLAB, LLC
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Tribeca Loft
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A young couple with three small children purchased this full floor loft in Tribeca in need of a gut renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly
wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing tin ceiling was left in the living room to maximize ceiling heights and remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall
“Wall color” — juliehjackson
StudioLAB, LLC
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Tribeca Loft
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A young couple with three small children purchased this full floor loft in Tribeca in need of a gut renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly
wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing tin ceiling was left in the living room to maximize ceiling heights and remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall
“Cabinet under windows” — surfacesprite
StudioLAB, LLC
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Tribeca Loft
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A young couple with three small children purchased this full floor loft in Tribeca in need of a gut renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly
wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing tin ceiling was left in the living room to maximize ceiling heights and remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall
“Table and chairs” — blmck0978
StudioLAB, LLC
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Tribeca Loft
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Questions0
A young couple with three small children purchased this full floor loft in Tribeca in need of a gut renovation. The existing apartment was plagued with awkward spaces, limited natural light and an outdated décor. It was also lacking the required third child’s bedroom desperately needed for their newly
wife’s brother, to enhance the space. The existing tin ceiling was left in the living room to maximize ceiling heights and remain a reminder of the historical details of the original construction. A new central AC system was added with an exposed cylindrical duct running along the long living room wall
“:)” — Lyuba Lagunchik
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