The first thing that comes when we talk of New York City and stylish lofts then our minds will be directly focused on gorgeous contemporary hubs that are draped in opulence. Located in Manhattan landmarked North Tribeca, a stylish loft into a place to stay warm and open. Designed by architect Andrew Franz change old caviar warehouse which was originally built in 1884 into a unique and inviting apartment. Design combined with the objectives of sustainable development and healthy, has relocated to the interior mezzanine that connects to the new green roof garden. Embracing the industrial past while building to deliver elements of modern, loft has an area of 3,000 square feet with an exciting blend of substance and style.
An interesting combination between the interior and the roof garden, bringing outdoor setting to all parts of loft. Provide sufficient natural light and give the interior a cheerful atmosphere, the glassy feature leads to a 150 square feet of retractable ceiling that opens the way to roof garden. On the mezzanine level can be changed, an amazing feature that allows homeowners to enjoy the night sky even on a cold night. While on the lower level there is an open living room with modern style kitchen and dining room with vintage feel, with comfortable bedrooms as an extra.