When approached with the redesign of a Tribeca loft, the architects at Soren Rose Studio found themselves with the ideal canvas to work their magic. Perfectly primed with large windows, double height ceilings and plenty of square footage to flex their creativity, they used the generous space to fashion a playful, fresh take on contemporary New York City style. Here, white walls and lightly colored wood flooring run throughout the space enhancing the home’s open airy feel, while the monochromatic space is broken up by boldly colored accent walls, modern furniture and painterly graphic artwork.
The main spaces are adorned with large industrial windows that flood the home with refreshing daylight. The contemporary modern furniture accents are an elegant mix of exclusive high-end pieces combined with exquisitely curated vintage pieces. The juxtaposition of old and new reflects the contrast inherent to New York City.
The common areas are nestled inside one long interior space, each area separated from another with pattern, furniture and color.
Shelving lines the interior wall of the dining are below a strip of large windows, and a cool linear chandelier hangs above a round marble table.
The home also comes complete with a relaxing outdoor area lavishly decorated with with different types of leafy greens and the same modern-vintage furniture found throughout the interior.
We love the design aesthetic from Soren Rose Studio, and not only do they do interiors but they also design furniture. Check out all of there exciting work on their website.
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Neighborhoods : Tribeca