Photos of the Loft

A photo montage...

A photo montage...

The loft is only 40 feet away from the East River next to the Manhattan Bridge in a pre-war industrial building with wood floors/columns/ceilings and an unobstructed view through 5 large windows on an exposed brick wall that has been sandblasted and sealed. The interior is furnished and designed to elicit a securely warm and comfortable feeling.

The place was designed by Scott Bolden to inspire an immediate sense of psychological, spiritual and physical comfort. The entire floor of the loft is maple stained a deep red with a high gloss finish. There is over 1100sf of open common space including the kitchen, which is equipped with a refrigerator, porcelain sink, dishwasher and gas stove. The kitchen is separated from the living room by a large boomerang shaped mosaic bar top with ambient lighting below. There is a bathtub mounted on a raised mosaic platform in the living room just outside the larger bedroom plus a separate bathroom with a multilevel glass bead terraced floor, shower, pedestal sink, toilet and a uniquely special mirror.

Living room & DJ Booth:

Elevated Workstation in background & Bar in front of Kitchen

Elevated Workstation in background & Bar in front of Kitchen

Over 1200 square feet of open space

Over 1200 square feet of open space

Kitchen/Bar:

Mosaic Bar Top with lights in base (the background wall is now metal)

Mosaic Bar Top with lights in base (the background wall is now metal)

Mosaic Detail

Mosaic Detail

Shower/Bathroom

A special Special Bathroom Mirror

A Very Special Bathroom Mirror

Master Bedroom Suite

SMALLER BEDROOM SUITE:

interior renovation by Eva Lansberry

Entry to bedroom

View From the Living Room

View towards living room and comfortable fold-fold full sized out (Ligne Roset)couch

Loft platform with circular mattress. Circular window has view of living room interior and waterfront view (Still in progress - sorry some small details have to be resolved)

And the View…

A Pre-9/11 view out of the window

A Pre-9/11 view out of the window

Another view out of the same window

Another view out of the same window

Just outside the building...

Just outside the building...

2 Responses to “Photos of the Loft”

  1. Anne Says:

    this is beautiful, beautiful work. inspiring and creative, just brilliant! i love it all.

  2. Sand Blasting Says:

    Looks like a nice cosy little place.

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