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Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design Creates a New York City Loft on Bond Street

By • Dec 28, 2016

Bond Street Loft is a private residence renovated by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design.

It is located in New York City, USA.

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Bond Street Loft by Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design:

“The Bond Street Loft occupies an entire floor of one of New York City’s original artists’ loft buildings in Manhattan’s Noho historic district. The 1,500 square foot loft was completely gutted to create a spacious two-bedroom home for a family of three.

Every detail was considered to maintain the feel of the authentic New York artists’ loft while providing modern amenities including central air conditioning, fumed oak floors and custom, mahogany, weighted windows. Carefully selected salvaged items were purchased early in the renovation and the layout was designed to accommodate and highlight their unique proportions and organic qualities. Salvaged items include ten-foot tall double doors leading to the master suite and a 150 year old solid porcelain bathtub with original fittings in the master bathroom. A custom, steel, floor-to-ceiling bookshelf anchors the rear of the large open kitchen / living / dining room and holds the creative couple’s vast collection of art and photography books.

Rustic, industrial details were maintained, created and juxtaposed with minimalist millwork and finishes throughout the loft to create an eccentric home for a creative family.”

Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Roberts Architecture & Design

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