The designers’ objective was to create a space where “West Coast lifestyle meets East Coast sophistication” for their clients who moved from L.A. to New York. This goal required an artful balance between sophistication and informality in the 4,000-square-foot Tribeca loft. The use of different types of spaces within one house keeps the interest, and the ash-grey palette feels refreshing. The architects chose to raise the floors—not only to conceal duct work but also to lower the windows, providing a better view. Fabric panel ceilings reduce exterior and interior noise.
Gary Lee Partners