New York, NY
The rear wall of this ground floor and cellar apartment in the heart of Soho was completely removed to maximize the light into what was previously a dull and dark loft. In addition, walk-on glass floor panels were installed to allow light to penetrate into the cellar level below and a “green” wall was developed so the owner would not be looking out directly into a brick wall.
A mezzanine was added to take advantage of the ceiling height and to create a master bedroom suite. A new Boffi kitchen was a central feature of the open plan. Additional bedrooms and a playroom are in the cellar.