Located in Tribeca North, this reinterpreted warehouse residence by Andrew Franz is a healthy and sustainable home and living environment.
The home sits on the top floor of an old caviar warehouse that dates back to 1884. Featuring a mezzanine with an interior courtyard enclosed by glass, which connects the living space to the charming rooftop garden. The mezzanine also creates the opportunity for two-story high ceilings, and the reclaimed structural wooden uprights. Exposed brick is seen throughout the living, dining and kitchen areas, complimenting the reclaimed wood and embracing the industrial past of the building.
Modern characteristics are blended into the home, a large stone bench and vibrant splashback in the kitchen, and contemporary feature tiles seen in both bathrooms. This modern take creates a visual discourse between new and old. Finally, a quaint rooftop terrace is immersed in greenery and provides a great view of the city.