A Tribeca penthouse is transformed in a renovation that creates a hybrid between a multiple bedroom apartment and a loft.
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“Located in Tribeca, New York, this penthouse renovation transforms the two-floor apartment into a collection of adjacent rooms articulated by different floor material and ceiling heights to identify the house areas within the larger whole. Full rooms, three quarter rooms (with one missing wall) and half rooms (with two missing wall) are then stitched together in an invisible grid with varying scales from private to public spaces. The apartment becomes a hybrid between a multiple bedroom apartment and a loft offering deep private cells transitioning into wide open spaces.
Wood, steel, slate, cork, concrete, marble, brick and rubber materials articulate the different program of the penthouse and slip into the adjoining open spaces, creating a playful mix defined by steel lines that travel along the regulating grid. A free floating stair links the two levels and creates a light well to the dark center of the lower floor with a skylight atop.
Name: Tribeca Penthouse
Location: New York
Architects: L.E.FT Architects, Makram el Kadi, Ziad Jamaleddine
Project Architect: Ana Conchan
Team: Valeria Fervorari, Daniel Colvard
Photos: Jody Kivort
Area: 3000 sq.ft.
Dining Table & Chairs: BDDW
Living Room: Patricia Urquiola for Moroso
Lights: Catellani & Smith, Jackie O (Kitchen), Serge Mouille (Bedroom)
Bathroom Accessories: Vola”