There’s no question that New York City is a hotbed of architectural talent, but we were especially impressed by the work of Lang Architects and Anna Beeber (Champalimaud Design).
Their recently completed Lafayette Loft was the epitome of bold, refreshing design. During this gut renovation, every single wall was removed, which gave way to an all-new 4-bedroom floor plan. But it wasn’t just the new floor plan that helped define the space —it was the little flourishes. Newly installed pocket doors, made from both glass and steel, helped close the kitchen off into its own independent space. And the bathrooms and bedrooms were offset from the public living spaces as well.
Additionally, a great deal of structural work added even more to an already astonishing home. The loft’s steel structure was restored, and is now exposed. Plus, the light color scheme used throughout really amplifies the natural light that fills this home. All in all, this was truly remarkable work.