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Urban Loft


Located in Manhattan’s desirable NoHo district this urban loft apartment created from the entire 6th floor of a former hat factory . The residence has been completely renovated and configured as an urban loft bachelor pad by Casa Mia's founder and Architect Sam Zangi.  The space has been completed in a style that the designer describes as “modern industrial”, which celebrates the building’s history while also focusing on texture and natural materials.  Organic elements have been given a sleek and sophisticated design to create a refined finish.


The unit had already been demolished when the designer was brought in, so he started with a blank canvas and the owner’s lifestyle. The main priority with this inspiring interior design was to bring back some of the character of the old building.  To restore the loft-like qualities which had been lost over the years due to various renovations, and to give the space a contemporary raw edge.  The NoHo neighborhood itself is primarily made up of upscale urban loft apartments whose designs reflect their original purpose so it was a great place to start.  The residence ultimately created here absolutely restored the character and enhanced it far beyond.  It is now a fresh and edgy loft with downtown urbane appeal, styled with unexpected luxe and sophisticated touches that is everything the owner was wanting and more.

Traditional Kitchen, Chevron Floor, Dark Wood Cabinets
Glass WallUnit, Living Unit, Stone Countertops
Classical Details, Floating Cabinets, Open Shelf, Shelves
Transitional Design, Mouldings, Waterfall Countertops
Cusom Kitchens, Urban Cabinets, Painted Kitchen, Suspended Hood
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