A minimalist 5,000-square-foot urban loft is in an industrial building that was built in the early 1900s in New York City’s Tribeca neighborhood. The loft’s renovation by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture. The cast iron columns were existing in the open living, kitchen and dining area.
Situated in the up and coming Hudson Yards neighborhood of New York City, this contemporary apartment looks out over the Chelsea High Line. The rich and vibrant interior is full of textures and patterns that reflect the diverse and growing neighborhood.
Nestled among natural rock outcroppings, this traditional pool cabana provides a year-round entertaining space for a Westchester, New York, family. The cabana is designed to complement the architecture of the shingle-style home.
To create a more inviting common space, designers kept the color palette neutral to reflect the natural light coming in through the wall of windows and not detract from the fabulous view of New York City. Throughout the space, small details add splashes of color and personality to the loft.
In this New York City townhouse both the architecture and the furnishings have been executed in a minimal and modernist manner, but the client requested a house that also references the Moroccan aesthetic of which he is especially fond. The interior’s palette of browns, blues and warm golds complements the architecture, with just enough accessories and incidentals to reference the Moroccan sensibility of the architectural details.
That gorgeous bluestone continues into the backyard, where an intimate dining area and swimming pool give the owners room to unwind. With lush greenery all around, this outdoor space is easily a sweet escape from the city.
Credits: Architecture: Koffka/Phakos Design; Landscape Contractor: New View Landscape; Pool/spa and Masonry: Darin Marten Construction; Metal Work: Salvador Delgado
A 5,000-square-foot industrial loft in New York City was renovated as a live-work space for a photographer. The architects cut the ceiling planes to encourage light to bounce and anchor seating areas. The public spaces include a black-and-white kitchen, dining and living areas with architectural elements, such as columns original to the loft. The architects used raw steel, aluminum, white oak and LED lighting. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
White shelves and walls create a clean aesthetic in a minimalist live-work loft for a photographer in New York City. The floors are American white oak. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
American white oak is used for the contemporary custom cabinetry in a light-filled industrial loft in New York City. The same 12-inch width was used for the floors and cabinets. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
A custom table by Donald Judd and shelves made from Baltic birch plywood are statement pieces in the reception area of an industrial live-work loft in New York City. The red chairs also were designed by Judd. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
These spalted maple fins provide privacy between the dining and living room areas, while adding a bit of architecture and proportion to the room. They’re wired with incandescent bulbs set on dimmers to create the perfect ambiance for dining. Design by Betty Wasserman Art and Interiors, New York City, NY.
A New York City industrial loft was redesigned as a live-work space for a photographer. An entry vestibule leads to a reception area for clients. The walk-in closet connects to a bedroom. American white oak planks are used for the flooring, cabinetry and wall paneling in the minimalist space. The project by Desai Chia Architecture won a 2018 AIA Institute Honor Award for interior architecture.
This spectacular, southern-facing apartment is located inside 432 Park Avenue, the second tallest building in New York City behind One World Trade Center. The home features sleek, modern furniture to complement the building's architecture.
A modern waterfall adds to the city sights on a rooftop garden in New York's Tribeca neighborhood. The project, by Aaron Andrew McIntire and the Gunn Landscape Architecture team, won a gold award in the 2015 Association of Professional Landscape Designers' International Landscape Design Awards.