A Brooklyn Loft Renovation Eschews Walls to Keep Things Bright and Flexible

New Affiliates brings subtle definition to the Williamsburg home without taking away from the structure’s cast-iron and brick bones.
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An open floor plan often begs for walls. But carving up an old, 1,200-square-foot loft in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, was not an option for New York architecture practice New Affiliates.

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