Micro-Loft

New York, New York
Location
  • New York, New York
  • Structure
  • Apartment
  • This project page was created by community member Specht Architects

    This project involved the radical transformation of a tiny, awkward apartment at the top of six-story building. With 425 square feet of floor area, and a ceiling height of 24 feet, the new design creates a flowing interior landscape that dissolves the notion of distinct "rooms." The space is crafted like a piece of furniture, with hidden and transforming spaces for things and people.

    Architect: Specht Architects
    Photographer: Taggart Sorensen

    This image is a good indication of the three separate living levels in the space.

    Photographer: Taggart Sorensen

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects

    Photographer: Taggart Sorenson

    Photo Courtesy of Specht Architects
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    Specht Architects is an innovative and creative firm with rigorous standards for modern design. Our team's work includes commercial, institutional and residential projects. The firm maintains offices in Austin, TX, and New York City.
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