Wednesday, 15 July 2009

Industrial chic

{New York}: Industrial features  add so much character to interiors and this converted New York flat have plenty of them. Designer, writer and photographer Marco Pasanella has followed the restructuring work himself of this ex-seal factory, which building is from 1830s.

The result is stunning, I love the brick wall, the informal atmosphere and the unexpected details that remind the history of this space…. inspiring!Have a lovely Wednesday!

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Credits:Toni Meneguzzo

10 comments:

AnnaVallance said...

That is such an awesome space. Love your blog!

Tracy Lorna Nors said...

Absolutely gorgeous place to live, you always find the most wonderful things and especially interiors with atmosphere and soul. I would love to live there!

FASHIÓN (con acento) said...

I love your blog!!
Besos desde Barcelona!

Geisslein said...

I love Lofts! These pictures are really great! Have a great wednesday today! Sunny greetings from germany, geisslein

liza said...

This is beautiful. I love it, espacially those bookshelves! Thank you!

Ingrid in Umbria said...

Cara,

Yummie! Bought my first Industrial Design book (= bible) in NY in the 70'(!). Pick it up now and then. Fashion fades, styl stays!
Took a couple of steps back into your former posts (been busy lately). Great posting, cara! Bacione, Ingrid

jen laceda said...

Crumbling brick walls, wooden studs and beams, industrial-style furniture...this is my dream come true!

shilvia said...

i love white brick walls like that!!! awesome...

erica said...

where in nyc is this apartment???? beautiful, thank you for sharing!!!

Andre Friedmann said...

This NYC loft apartment is in the old Fulton Fish Market. FFM is in lower Manhattan between the Brooklyn Bridge and the South Street Seaport. Beginning in the 1980s, the neighborhood gentrified when finance workers from nearby Wall Street moved in, followed by the creative adult children of this world's kleptocracy.