Tribeca Loft


In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North, the top floor and roof of an 1884 warehouse are reconceived as a warm and welcoming residence with a fluid connection to the outdoor environment. A relocated mezzanine features a sunken court yard with a retractable glass roof and connects to the new green roof garden above. Embracing the building’s industrial past, a visual discourse between new and old is devised through insertions of modern materials along with restored or reclaimed materials.

The residence is transformed by a relocated mezzanine featuring a sunken court which connects to the planted green roof...
The court exposes the sky, fills the previously dark loft with natural daylight, and brings accessible outdoor space...
A 150 square-foot glass roof retracts to provide access to the roof and to create an open exterior court at the...
The new wooden rooftop terrace is surrounded by a green roof garden utilizing reclaimed bluestone pavers and native...
A custom steel stair repurposes timbers from the old roof joists as treads and landings.
Varying degrees of visual continuity is a theme throughout the apartment.
Light and open vintage furnishings contrast with the industrial character of the space.
Beams and columns were restored back to their original condition revealing a rich charred color from a fire.
To bring light deep into the loft, the floor plan is open with glass partitions instead of solid walls at the north end...
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