Cartesian Geometry

Architecture, Interiors, Soho

bsc architecture, high loft

This Manhattan loft, also referred to by the project’s architect as the High Loft, was redesigned to meet the needs of a young family of four. The changes were executed with design principles that also examine the play of urban light and views within the home’s internal structure. In addition to the home’s interior square footage, the family was attracted to the space’s 13-foot high ceilings, and several other aspects of the building including its rich history and distinct cast iron structure.

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