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Kimberly Peck Architect
Kimberly Peck Architect
Kimberly Peck Architect
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union square loft

This renovation took a large open loft and adapted it for a growing family adding a bedroom, a bathroom and greatly enlarging the kitchen. The front of the loft which contains the living room and dining room remains one space and is open to the kitchen. The white on white kitchen was created with white glass upper cabinets, white lacquer lower cabinets, and blizzard caesarstone counters. Stainless steel appliances and island cabinetry add some contrast. A library ladder rail traverses the entire kitchen and continues into the hall separating the kitchen from the bedrooms to enable access to the top level of cabinets, giving the kitchen quite a bit of extra storage. In the center of the kitchen is a movable island on lockable casters. The counter of the island overhangs the cabinetry allowing two stools to be used creating an eat-in kitchen. The back wall of the kitchen consists of the refrigerator flanked by two white glass pantries; this is back to back with two more pantries and a floating desk top that faces into the hallway. This whole wall of double cabinetry does not go to the ceiling in order to maintain the large open feeling in the loft; however it does create a visual divider between the public and the private areas of the apartment. A dining area with a dramatic pear shaped glass drop chandelier is adjacent to the kitchen. A large vintage door that was present before the loft conversion was put on sliders and the glass panes were replaced with antique mirror. The door slides to conceal a secondary access door into the apartment. The existing bathroom is directly off the kitchen and continues the white theme. It is tiled entirely in white thassos marble except for a mother of pearl inlay centered on the shower wall. The new bathroom has a custom built sink made of white corian with a mirrored back panel. The walls are tiled in 3″ x 6″ carrera marble tiles and the floor is slate. The shower has two ceiling mounted rain shower heads. There is a large glass globe pendant in the center of the bathroom. The rear of the open loft was divided and separated off from the main space to create two bedrooms. The dividing wall has a glass transom that aligns with the top of the kitchen pantries to allow as much light to travel between the spaces as possible. The master bedroom has an exposed brick wall. In the bedrooms the hardwood floors were where painted white differentiating them from the main space.

New York City