A Nyc Warehouse Becomes A Penthouse Loft
Turett Collaborative Architects took this former Greenwich Street warehouse and created a modern penthouse loft while maintaining parts of its historic past. The massive, light-filled space had been a bare, open loft that was used as a painter’s studio with only a bathroom and a kitchenette. With exposed brick walls and ceilings joists, the raw space allowed TCA to consciously break it up into smaller, designated spaces. With 17 foot ceilings and large, wood-framed windows, the interior is flooded with light. They brought in custom Arrigoni wide-plank Bavarian oak floors that cover the entire main floor. One end of the dining room has a six-foot long gas fireplace built in. Directly above the table is a skylight. The homeowners wanted the kitchen to be the heart of the home, as. . .