Prince Street Penthouse, New York City

The 4,000 square foot Prince Street Loft is a tranquil and bright duplex dwelling above very busy Prince Street in SoHo. The existing space was opened up to create views through the loft and to allow gracious movement to the sunlit master suite and landscaped terrace above. ABA helped coordinate all the interior fabrics and furniture to create a domestic environment that includes both graffiti and fine Knoll furniture.
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The rooftop garden is a perfect example of how this penthouse apartment remains a tranquil space atop the busy streets of downtown Manhattan.

Prince Street Penthouse Loft by abastudio / Andrew Bartle Architects

The refined and clever use of material in the master bedroom creates a space in which architecture and interior design blend together seamlessly.

The refined and clever use of material in the master bedroom creates a space in which architecture and interior design blend together seamlessly.

The skylight In the master bathroom highlights the interplay between interior and exterior space.

The skylight In the master bathroom highlights the interplay between interior and exterior space.

The patterned tile and blue glass finishes in the kitchen create a space that is both refined and visually striking.

Prince Street Penthouse Loft by abastudio / Andrew Bartle Architects

Timeless pieces of furniture from Knoll sit comfortably beside the graffitied wall in the living room where art, architecture, and interior decoration are combined seamlessly.

Prince Street Penthouse Loft by abastudio / Andrew Bartle Architects

The interior of the loft is an open space that allows for fluid movement throughout both levels as well as the rooftop garden.

The interior of the loft is an open space that allows for fluid movement throughout both levels as well as the rooftop garden.

The glass enclosure combined with the use of textiles as architectural material creates a flexible space that is both transparent and private--a treasure in New York City. Not to mention the view!

The glass enclosure combined with the use of textiles as architectural material creates a flexible space that is both transparent and private--a treasure in New York City. Not to mention the view!

The rooftop dining area provides a gorgeous view of the city.

The rooftop dining area provides a gorgeous view of the city.

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