Scandinavian Minimalism Meets the Rough Aesthetics in Tribeca

, , , , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

This space was a true gem for Søren Rose Studio NYC, who designed the apartment located in a former paper factory in TriBeCa. Just like a blank canvas, this untouched space from the pre-war era was a blank canvas. The result is a great mix of New York architecture and Scandinavian modernism.

The 1400 square foot loft is luminous, stylish with a warm look & feel.

I’m loving the whitewashed oak floors, as well as the sleek, modern kitchen with marble and stainless steel, with the exposed brick wall – Beautiful!

 

 

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Photos: Søren Rose Studio NYC

 

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