Duane Street Loft

New York, NY

2016

For an apartment in Tribeca, 1100 Architect transformed what had been a subdivided and poorly lit space into an open loft with abundant daylight.

© Nikolas Koenig.

Duane Street Loft

New York, NY

2016

Sculpted walls minimize obstructions, allowing even more daylight to enter.  A suspended ceiling visually reinforces the curvatures of corridors, seeming to hover overhead.

© Nikolas Koenig.

By removing partition walls, the new design lets daylight enter into even the deepest areas of the apartment, while letting the residents use the space flexibly.

© Nikolas Koenig.

The design transformed a kitchen—which was once sequestered behind walls—into an open space connected with the living area. The kitchen island, a concrete volume, rests on thin stainless steel legs.

© Nikolas Koenig.

The design discreetly integrates abundant storage into the walls, keeping the space free from unnecessary distractions.

© Nikolas Koenig.

Sinks, made of colored resins and colored glass niches animate the space, providing a visual counterpoint to the otherwise neutral palette of fir, concrete, frosted acrylic, and brushed and polished stainless steel.

© Nikolas Koenig.

Duane Street Loft

New York, NY

2016

© Nikolas Koenig.

For an apartment in Tribeca, 1100 Architect transformed what had been a subdivided and poorly lit space into an open loft with abundant daylight.

© Nikolas Koenig.

Sculpted walls minimize obstructions, allowing even more daylight to enter.  A suspended ceiling visually reinforces the curvatures of corridors, seeming to hover overhead.

© Nikolas Koenig.

By removing partition walls, the new design lets daylight enter into even the deepest areas of the apartment, while letting the residents use the space flexibly.

© Nikolas Koenig.

The design transformed a kitchen—which was once sequestered behind walls—into an open space connected with the living area. The kitchen island, a concrete volume, rests on thin stainless steel legs.

© Nikolas Koenig.

The design discreetly integrates abundant storage into the walls, keeping the space free from unnecessary distractions.

© Nikolas Koenig.

Sinks, made of colored resins and colored glass niches animate the space, providing a visual counterpoint to the otherwise neutral palette of fir, concrete, frosted acrylic, and brushed and polished stainless steel.

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