A HISTORIC NY SCHOOLHOUSE TURNED INTO A STYLISH LOFT

This light-filled loft with a casual vibe is located in an historic building in Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. Formerly home to the Long Island Business College, the building has been converted to several apartments. The loft has been designed by Space Exploration, an integrated architecture and interior design practice in New York City. The art works are from Block Shop, the cushions on the sofa are made of vintage kelim carpets as well are the square poufs (you can find similar ones here). The large ceiling light (3rd pic) is the Akari 120A by Isamu Noguchi. This iconic design is made of handmade washi paper and bamboo ribbing.

Credits & source: images from Space Exploration.

One Response to A HISTORIC NY SCHOOLHOUSE TURNED INTO A STYLISH LOFT

  1. Those are really amazing pictures!

    Kind regards,
    Eline from Sukhi.nl

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