This three bedroom, four bathroom, 3,838 square-foot apartment is located at 92 Laight Street, the tower half of Tribeca’s River Lofts in New York City.
This apartment was recently “gut renovated and fully customized” before the owner put it on the market for $12.5 million.
Meryl Streep bought the penthouse in the same building in 2005.
New-York based firm Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. has sent us photos of the R Residence gut renovation project.
Located in New York City’s Greenwich Village, this 2,400 square foot, three bedroom, three bathroom apartment was designed for an artist, with maximum natural light, and wall hanging space for artwork.
The apartment also features a 1,000 bottle wine cellar and fully integrated electronic and sound systems.
Canadian designer Robert Bailey has completed a dramatic gut renovation of this penthouse apartment located in Coal Harbour, a neighborhood of Vancouver, Canada.
“The original apartment was completely demolished, back to the concrete shell, and our design direction was influenced by the restraint of Scandinavian interiors” says Bailey.
This stunning 4,000 square-foot apartment features four bedrooms, each with its bathroom, four terraces and everything you need to feel like a king at home!
Ike Kligerman Barkley Architects recently completed a gut renovation and extension of this single-family luxury residence.
Located in Fairfield County, Connecticut, the Lookout House, as a sustainable project, integrates geothermal heating and cooling systems, renewable materials like bamboo floors and eco-friendly paints and finishes.
New-York based firm Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. has sent us photos of the W/G loft project.
Located on the 23rd Street in the Flatiron District, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, this 3,200 square foot apartment was designed for a young professional couple.
The project was a gut renovation with the addition of an exterior terrace.