Crosby Loft I

Reveal then refine the Soho loft

This 2300sf loft located on Soho’s quintessential Crosby Street offers ample square footage in a long and narrow floor plan. A partial wall dividing the public and private spaces of this residence breaks the floor plan in half, providing a friendlier proportion for the open kitchen, dining and living space, while still permitting views straight through the apartment to windows at the two extremes. The original loft materials - brick and heavy timber columns - are exposed throughout the living and dining area, with contemporary insertions to provide a comfortable kitchen and sitting area. Furniture selection by Tamara Eaton Design.

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NYC Soho Loft Renovation

Completed 2012
Frank Oudeman
Cabinetry hugs the original timber column of this form lightbulb factory
Exposed brick and steel elements next to clean new surfaces concealing the infrastructure - sprinklers, lighting and ductwork
Approaching the design as clean insertions nested within the industrial loft elements

The selective loft