A Mid-Century Manhattan Loft

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September 15, 2009
Originally published in Intriguing Interiors
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All Work and All Play

When you're running a company out of your home, you'd better hope you've got the space to keep everything in its place. Luckily, that's not a concern for Bob Weinstein.

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  The oversize conference table in Bob Weinstein’s live/work loft (like the cocktail table in the foreground) was designed by Jens Risom, and, he says, “supposedly came from the conference room of the Kinney Shoe Corporation.” Weinstein uses the table to display part of his Scandinavian pottery collection.  Courtesy of Justin Reid.
    The oversize conference table in Bob Weinstein’s live/work loft (like the cocktail table in the foreground) was designed by Jens Risom, and, he says, “supposedly came from the conference room of the Kinney Shoe Corporation.” Weinstein uses the table to display part of his Scandinavian pottery collection. Courtesy of Justin Reid.
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  Weinstein and partner Eric Hensley at the stainless steel work table in the kitchen. The table, pantry doors, and sink backsplash are all made from simple wood forms the architects had wrapped by a metal fabricator—something anyone can do.
    Weinstein and partner Eric Hensley at the stainless steel work table in the kitchen. The table, pantry doors, and sink backsplash are all made from simple wood forms the architects had wrapped by a metal fabricator—something anyone can do.
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  Weinstein checks in with Spencer the dog in the residence.
    Weinstein checks in with Spencer the dog in the residence.
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  Weinstein initially rented out his printmaking studio as office space to help defray construction costs but now uses it himself.
    Weinstein initially rented out his printmaking studio as office space to help defray construction costs but now uses it himself.
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  Weinstein sited the apartment’s living room to take advantage of the light from three large arched windows.
    Weinstein sited the apartment’s living room to take advantage of the light from three large arched windows.
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  Florence Knoll credenzas, with laminate tops designed by the architects, form a unique work station in the office.
    Florence Knoll credenzas, with laminate tops designed by the architects, form a unique work station in the office.
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