It feels like it’s been a while since we featured an apartment in Manhattan. This week, I was immediately drawn to this amazing space in Tribeca. This house, designed by New York architect Andrew Franz is in the Tribeca Manufacturing Building, a former soap warehouse.
The exposed brick walls, interspersed with updated and modern finishings, help to retain the history of the building, while ensuring the home is of this era. The staircase leading to the interior sunroom on the mezzanine level is a showstopper. It brings light and nature into the space and balances the hard elements with touches of organic appeal. More pictures on Dwell.