Jane Kim DesignIndustrial Dining Room, New York

Photography by Eduard Hueber / archphoto

North and south exposures in this 3000 square foot loft in Tribeca allowed us to line the south facing wall with two guest bedrooms and a 900 sf master suite. The trapezoid shaped plan creates an exaggerated perspective as one looks through the main living space space to the kitchen. The ceilings and columns are stripped to bring the industrial space back to its most elemental state. The blackened steel canopy and blackened steel doors were designed to complement the raw wood and wrought iron columns of the stripped space. Salvaged materials such as reclaimed barn wood for the counters and reclaimed marble slabs in the master bathroom were used to enhance the industrial feel of the space.

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lesliemc68 wrote:Mar 17, 2014
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bcrussell16 wrote:Nov 1, 2012
  • Agnes Ambrus
    yes insert glass, the ceiling was made to copy any other NYC street awnings
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    did you guys install the brick? if so, where did you get it?

emilyann415 wrote:Jul 9, 2012
Soulful_design wrote:Apr 14, 2012

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Yes, You Can Use Brick in the KitchenJul 30, 2014

Speaking of lofts, New York City architect Jane Kim is no stranger to working with exposed antique brick. In this loft, in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood, she embraced the former warehouse’s industrial past, accentuating the brick with reclaimed wood and steel. Long, open shelves underscore the brick pattern and break up the large expanse. As for old brick in the kitchen, Kim recommends sealing it. “We usually seal it with a matte brick sealer to keep the dust from getting all over the kitchen,” she says.

Becky Harris added this to Houzz Tour: Tribeca Through and ThroughOct 28, 2011

A major industrial element in the space is the unique dining table. "It is a repurposed industrial mill table base from Get Back Inc. in Connecticut, and it still works!" Kim says. "It is beautifully restored; the wheel adjusts the table height just like it used to when it was used in heavy machinery applications." Get Back Inc. also restored the vintage Toledo industrial chairs you see at the kitchen island.

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Tom Gregory added this to Tom's ideasApr 14, 2019

Floating shelves in our conservatory? Bare brick wall

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