Apartments more than 90 sq.m.

Brick. Factory. Loft in Brooklyn

In this New York loft with white walls livesCreative family, preferring live piano music to TV. These lofts are born in industrial buildings with "live" brickwork, huge windows and external wiring. Probably, this is what the spouses Marco Pasanella and Rebecca Robertson thought, moving together with their two children to a factory building in the north-west of Brooklyn, New York. And they also thought that it was not so easyTo equip a family nest in a gloomy industrial building in the center of one of the largest metropolitan areas in the world. And although the hostess herself is an interior designer, she called on the help of architects from the local design bureau Alloy, who managed to create a stylish space that fully satisfied the aspirations of four convinced urbanists. It was decided to paint the walls in white. This added light, a sense of purity and transparency, and most importantly - expanded the rather limited space. The living room in this house is designed exclusivelyFor communication and games. Therefore, for the TV was defined a small area in the far corner, and another blue screen (paired with a game console) dwells in a separate room. But for the piano there was a niche in the living room. Agree: for a real musician needs a viewer. The apartment, as already mentioned, is not the most spacious: Living room, kitchen and dining room combined in one space. Because of this, the zoning techniques used are rather conditional: the places for communication are marked with carpets, the dining room is equipped with a Custom 7-Globe Branching Bubble ceiling lamp from Lindsey Adelman, and the kitchen is separated by two wooden beams and a ceiling box. Source of the photo: remodelista.com

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