In the shell of an 19th century soap factory building, Architect Andrew Franz has created a wonderfully open and bright mezzanine apartment. Located in Manhattan’s Tribeca district in New York City, a striking staircase allows for access to the roof terrace above, while a window wall floods the living space with natural light. Combining natural materials like wood and brick – a call back to the building’s industrial past – with colourful and stylish fixtures and fittings, the apartment feels so warm and inviting. Innovative storage solutions keep the apartment clutter free, with hidden shelving and compartments built into walls and corner cabinets folding out for extra holding space.
Check out more of architect Andrew Franz’s work on his site: www.andrewfranz.com