Gramercy Park Loft by Am/Mor Architecture
I think the photos will speak for themselves, but I have to say this loft renovation by Tom and Goil at Am/Mor Architecture is stunning. There’s design detail and material choice inspiration from every image here and much more if you visit their website. Of course, I’m slightly biased having worked with them on a few projects (though bummed not to have worked with them on this one). They’ve consistently been on my list of recommended designers and architects for New York City renovations but I don’t think they’ll need to worry about finding work.
Loft 2.0- Located in the Ruggles House, this Manhattan loft was one of the first conversions of its kind. Version 1.0 (the one this replaces) had all the ‘trimmings’: glass block walls, raised floors, ‘funky’ unusable spaces, acres of formica, more glass block… The new design opens the space up to create three bedrooms and two baths that mix the essence of the original industrial space: exposed columns, workbench-style kitchen, and reclaimed wood with contemporary conveniences such as central air, luxury baths, and bike storage. The door to the office is a copper and bronze slider salvaged from the “Penny Pincher Bank”.
About Am/Mor Architecture
AM/MOR Architecture, LLP has acquired a strong reputation for Design that approaches each project with a uniquely creative response, sensitivity to client’s vision, and a commitment to detail. The firm’s partners attend to every aspect of each project, regardless of scale, and have developed expertise in the specific demands of custom residential, office, and commercial projects.
AM/MOR’s works utilize rigorous design process resulting in thoughtful and appropriate solutions. The work is innovative, unique and refined. AM/MOR Architecture LLP offers complete architectural services along with urban design consulting, full interior design and decorating services, and custom furniture design.
Founding partners Goil Amornvivat and Thomas Morbitzer are graduates of Yale School of Architecture, have worked with top-name architecture firms since 1993 and have been actively teaching since 2004. They continue to participate on student juries for schools and design as judges for competitions across the country. Located in Manhattan, AM/MOR Architecture LLP supercedes their former venture, TUG Studio, a recognized firm with numerous awards, published in international design press, with completed projects throughout the United States.
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