Transformed Into a Work of Art
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tâ€™s an impressive loft surprised by the beauty of details and finishes. It is Located in Jay Street, in the heart of Tribeca in Manhattan (New York), the interior of this beautiful apartment has been transformed into a work of art by the same owner, the designer of Italian Gianluca Berardi. Some 18 months used for the interior design project, this cost two million dollars. According to Douglas Elliman, The loft is on two levels and occupies a total area of 390 square meters. It consists of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen with large living room, a veranda and some spaces for relaxation and study. The central hub of the apartment is a cast-iron and mahogany staircase that was welded to the structure of the house and is supported by a screen of oxidized copper, handmade for six months by Berardi.
Cast-Iron And Mahogany Staircase
Unique And Custom Furnishings
Kitchen With Large Living Room
The space is decorated with numerous paintings and works of the owner from Puglia, which is also a painter, a sculptor and a designer of fabrics (in 2001 he founded Macondo Silks). Thus, the study area has a wall covered in linen embroidered with silk and metal, and the master bedroom has walls covered in cotton sateen with silk panels embroidered by hand to resemble a Japanese garden of bamboo. In the rest of the apartment is easy to find unique and custom furnishings, ranging from the eighteenth century to the modern Art Deco style to more contemporary.
Pillar Plastered With Rusted Metal And Brass
The main bathroom has a large spa. Upstairs in the loft there is a pillar plastered with rusted metal and brass, manufactured in four months more from the owner. Outside the high ceiling of the living room there is a patio of 85 square meters with heated limestone floor and a sofa bed. Also exposed beams and stained glass windows lighted, which rise up from the floor to high ceiling.
I particularly appreciate the lighting system, which helps to make even the most brilliant precious surfaces characterize this luxury apartment in scenic highlights and all works of art. Bought in 2002 for 2.5 million dollars, the apartment is now for sale at $ 8 million!
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