Loop Loft by Ten to One Architecture
by Harry / August 2, 2010

A full gut renovation of a 2,500 square foot live / work loft in Williamsburg, Brooklyn features a new wood "Loop", an object and enclosure which loop d loops through the loft space.


The Loop acts at various times as floor, ceiling, wall, door, window, cabinet, library, closet, bath, kitchen, and hideaway "creating a central throughway of light and movement, surrounded by a rich multiplicity of more intimate private spaces."




"High efficiency mechanical systems such as radiant floor heating, ductless air conditioning and LED lighting are embedded within the depth of the Loop, which itself is made of sustainably harvested worm-infested butternut hardwood."



"Ten to One Architecture is a small Brooklyn based design / build studio founded in 2004 by Garrick Jones, developed in parallel with his work as Studio Director at the award winning and internationally recognized firm Della Valle Bernheimer."

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