Tribeca LoftNew York, NY
In Manhattan’s landmarked Tribeca North, the top floor and roof of an 1884 caviar warehouse are reconceived as a warm and open residence. The design, guided with a goal of a sustainable and healthy, living environment, features a relocated mezzanine with a planted interior court which connects to the new green roof garden. Embracing the building’s industrial past, a visual discourse between new and old is devised through insertions of modern materials along with restored or reclaimed materials.
AWARDS: Architizer A+ Awards, Finalist, 2016 | World Interior News Awards, Winner, 2015 | Society of Registered Architects, National Design Awards, Award of Excellence, 2015 | Residential Architect magazine, Citation, 2015 | Society of Registered Architects, NY Design Awards, Bronze Award, 2015 | Architecture Podium, International Design Awards, 1st Prize, 2015 | Interior Design magazine, Best of Year Honoree, 2014
PUBLICATIONS: Images Publishing, Urban Oasis, 2020 | Braun Publishing, When a Factory Becomes a Home, 2018 | The New York Times, June 2018 | Thames & Hudson, Warehouse Home, 2017 | Taschen, Rooftops: Islands in the Sky, 2016 | teNeues, Living Roofs, 2016 | Gestalten, Kaleidoscope - Living in Color and Patterns, 2016 | IDEAT, April 2016 | Architectural Digest Spain, October 2016 | Architectural Digest Mexico, June 2015 | La Vanguardia MgMagazine, June 2015 | Architectural Digest Germany, February 2015 | Dwell, October 2014 | The Wall Street Journal, June 2014