Project Type

Modern HomeInteriors


Spring 2013


N Moore St, Tribeca, NY



This two-story loft atop a former refrigerator facility in Tribeca was designed for an Upper East Side couple transitioning to an empty-nest downtown lifestyle. The project team was tasked with the challenge of preserving the spaciousness of an undivided loft and its breath-taking panoramic city views while creating areas of privacy and containment. Floating volumes, kept away from the building’s periphery, add intimacy and warmth. A luminescent staircase, the defining feature of the main living area as well as the first thing one sees upon entering the loft, connects the lower level to a new master suite and outdoor terrace above.


AIANY Interiors Committee, 2017 Residential Review, 2017


“The Limits of Space,” Industry Magazine, September 2015

“Tribeca Evolution,” Interiors (print magazine), April 2014

Andrea Robinson/ASR Studios – interior design consultant; Taconic Builders – general contractor; Tillotson Design Associates – lighting designer

Photos by Scott Frances

"We re-proportioned the [loft], celebrating the north-south axis but also creating intimate spaces within the larger volume."

Joan Krevlin, partner-in-charge