Niché au sixième étage d’un immeuble fin XIXe en briques rouges dans le quartier de Soho à Manhattan, Stefan Boublil fondateur de l’agence de design new-yorkaise The Apartment, a réhabilité un ancien grand magasin dans les années 1920 pour aménager ce loft. Certains d’entres vous reconnaîtrons peut-être l’appartement du film « Le Diable s’habille en Prada » …
About : « Conceived as a department store in the 1920s, this converted loft boasts a spacious layout, 13-foot ceilings, original corinthian-style columns, and enormous thermopane windows. Located on coveted crosby Street, a cobblestone road centrally located, but invitingly hidden between Soho and Nolita, you may recognize the apartment from the film « devil wears prada » where it was highlighted as the cinematic expression of a modern designer home.
Features one-of-a -kind custom finishes, sculptural stacked-wood fireplace, multizoned environments, marc sadler boffi kitchen, library corner with floating book shelves, great light and views, as well as a dramatic entrance hall detailed with six huge arches etched from an exposed brick wall, which leads into the impressive main room. located in an 1882, six-story, red brick building with an intriguing past as department store, the discreet building provides a well appointed lobby, key lock elevators and part time doorman. »
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