The loft apartment at 44 Laight street resides in a landmarked warehouse building in the heart of New York’s TriBeCa neighborhood. We were met with the particular challenge of renovating this water damaged space into something both uniquely modern yet warm and inviting for the family that inhabited the space.
To achieve this, we added warm elements of reclaimed wood beams to parts of the ceiling that are contrasted gracefully by both the installed lighting layout and the venetian plastered walls. New flooring was added throughout the apartment which also reflect the inviting and organic aesthetic of a wooded path. As an eye catching accent, one wall of the living room was installed with thin blades of light that are adjustable to fit any occasion, turning it into an interactive piece of art that is also functional in use.
Bathroom walls are finished in rhythmically patterned marble and glass with colorfully patterned hand painted tiles for flooring.
The design of 44 Laight was ultimately a success because it met and exceeded the client’s expectations; an inviting home for their family and friends that has a stylistically modern edge with luxurious details.