The interior of this very narrow West Village rowhouse was transformed from a cramped collection of rooms into a series of stacked open loft spaces. The gut renovation left only several historic fireplaces intact, as all other original 19th century interior details had been removed in previous renovations. Using its unusually narrow 14’-2” clear inside dimension to full advantage, the plans feature a single major room at the front and back of each floor. A custom blackened steel and walnut tread stair operates as a vertical organizing element against a custom Marmarino plaster feature wall that ascends five stories, from the ground floor to a new roof bulkhead. A fully planted roof terrace allows views of downtown and offers expanded living space.
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Endscape – general contractor; John Milich Product and Design ¬– stair fabrication & installation; Davis MacKiernan Architectural Lighting – lighting design; Jonas Everets Design – plaster walls; Nancy Haseley – landscape design
Photos by Paul Warchol