Situated on Great Jones Street in the Noho district of Manhattan, this loft still remains a quintessential "artist's loft." The owners have occupied the space since the mid 90's when the building was filled with artists using their lofts as live-work spaces. The design focused on maintaining an art studio space while prioritizing the main living spaces. The arrangement of the floor plan was flipped so the kitchen/ living/dining overlooks Great Jones Street. The master bedroom was relocated to now have an ensuite bathroom, and proper bedrooms were created to replace the very open loft layout that had previously existed. A walnut lined wood pantry also acts as a passageway to the art studio. The arches mimic the main living room windows. And the passageway brings light and views from the front facade into the studio space.
The kitchen acts as the focal point upon entry. The hood has been built into an old window opening.
The walnut lined pantry allows for a substantial amount of storage, while also acting as a passageway to the art studio. The arched doors mimic the windows overlooking Great Jones Street.
Custom oak millwork lines the living room walls.
The guest bath features a large luxurious shower.
The ensuite master bath combines the texture of the existing brick with natural stone.
A glimpse into the owner's art studio.