Greenwich Street Loft: Industrial Chic Redefined
In the heart of Lower Manhattan, the Greenwich Street Loft emerges as a beacon of light and modernity. Spearheaded by Specht Novak in 2018, this industrial loft‘s transformation respects its origins while introducing a bright, comfortable living space. The design deftly carries natural light through bone-white ash paneling and plaster walls, blending the loft’s utilitarian past with a sleek, handcrafted present.
About Greenwich Street Loft
Illuminating Manhattan Loft Living
In Lower Manhattan, light guides the Greenwich Street Loft’s industrial renovation. The design preserves the original “workshop floor” aesthetic while infusing the kitchen, entry hall, and bedroom with brightness and warmth.
A Timeless Home by Specht Novak
Scott Specht emphasizes handcrafted modernity, achieving a home that’s both forward-looking and enduring. Bone-white ash paneling and plaster walls draw natural light into the expansive living and dining spaces.
Industrial Charm Meets Modern Comfort
The loft’s details honor its industrial roots. Vertical battens hide doors to utility spaces, while the original vaulted ceiling and steel fire door stand out. A new fireplace, complete with wood storage and art niches, enhances the living area’s comfort without forsaking the loft’s practical heritage.
Photography courtesy of Specht Novak
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