Renovation and reconfiguration of a 4500 sf loft in Tribeca. The main goal of the project was to better adapt the apartment to the needs of a growing family, including adding a bedroom to the children's wing and reconfiguring the kitchen to function as the center of family life. One of the main challenges was to keep the project on a very tight budget without compromising the high-end quality of the apartment.
Project team: Richard Goodstein, Emil Harasim, Angie Hunsaker, Michael Hanson
Contractor: Moulin & Associates, New York
Photography: Tom Sibley
To adapt the apartment to better suit the needs of a growing family, C2 Architecture added a bedroom to the children’s wing while also reconfiguring the kitchen to function as the family's main gathering place. The expansive kitchen has a multitude of cabinets and two islands, each with separate sinks for extra space to prep and cook. Capping off one end is a streamlined breakfast nook designed with glossy alabaster and wood tones. Leather seating adds a touch of contemporary practicality.
Kitchen and integrated banquette
Kitchen, dining, den