Curtis + Ginsberg Architects LLP
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Tribeca Loft contemporary-living-room
 

Tribeca Loft

The transformation of a 1450 square foot loft in a landmark building to a two bedroom, two bath with study/guest bedroom home, while maintaining an open loft feeling. The prominent feature of the design is a sponge painted, curved wall orienting the living area towards the east windows and city views, and creating long views through the length of the loft, from the entrance through the Master Bedroom suite.                                                                                
URL
http://www.cplusga.com/tribeca%20loft.htm

What Houzz contributors are saying:

The most common way to use a niche in the home is to use it as a bookcase. Whether the niche is in the living room, kitchen or bedroom, it makes a good place to store your books without having to buy a separate shelving unit. What I love about this niche is that it's in an untraditional spot in the wall (up high) but it's used in a traditional way (for books). I think a ladder leading up to this niche would be ideal.

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brettbradshaw added this to bedroom
September 30, 2013
Add shelves to niche in bedroom to tore/display books more effectively
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March 17, 2012
Bookcase niche
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December 14, 2010
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Laura Caldwell added this to mikeclaurac's ideas
December 14, 2009
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August 17, 2009
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