NYC Loft

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    The main function of the New York City loft located in Tribeca was to entertain international clients visiting the city. The loft floor plan consisted of one large open room. Part of Design Nehez’s scope was to define specific areas within the space in order to create smaller, intimate spaces but still maintain the openness of the loft. The building, with views overlooking the Hudson River, had been a turn-of-the century peanut factory. The client requested a functional and comfortable living area that could incorporate their exotic furnishings without blocking the view of the Hudson River. The loft’s wood beams and exposed brick lent themselves well to the tribal pieces the couple selected from Philadelphia’s Material Culture showroom. Columns, salvage temple archways and Syrian tiles were re-purposed to make the master bedroom head board and anchor the fireplace. Interior curtains and low seating allowed the client to convert the living area to private sleeping quarters for guests.

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  • Living room converts to guest room with curtain divider

  • Headboard built from a door jam salvaged from a temple