Dutch Architect Loft Design, Modern Rooftop Living Place

Dutch architect Ben van Berkel from UNStudio design this rooftop loft with futuristic, modern and finest functional living place. Five Franklin in the Tribeca neighborhood of New York, with contemporary and historical influences, all wrapped up in an artistic facade of the place. Van Berkel says: “We have a strong horizontal cornices and decorative architectural details Tribeca, back into shape and transported to a very modern way that makes them truly functional, but still much to do with pure surface decoration. Appearance of modern metal clad , is described by architects as “stitching, and a dress.” Loft roof white crown at this modern building. Inside the double-height lofts judicious use of natural light and space. a house with natural light from two plants in the windows of the Great Hall and the current plan, mezzanine in center construction, flood exposure of 20 meters. collection of high / gallery space and disappearing steps. ” S Kitchen B & B Italia is the sculpture and place of work, polished with an innovation of the island, cabinets and accessories, in the truest sense of the word. bedroom suite unique sliding curved wall, which opens into the bedroom. living rooms have a balcony with stunning integrated view of the New York skyline. [source]

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