Tala Fustok Studio layers different metals to create calm ambience in Manhattan loft apartment

Tala Fustok Studio used different mineral textures and materials to soften the hard edges of this industrial apartment in New York’s West Village.

Designed for a single female occupant, the apartment is located on a five-block stretch on Bleecker Street within a restored late 1800s building that was originally designed to house the Schumacher and Ettlinger lithographic printing business.

A corten steel staircase connects two floors

The 348-square-metre three-bedroom apartment is split over two floors connected by a corten steel staircase.

The client asked London designers Tala Fustok Studio to create a calm, contemporary space using artisanal and mineral materials inspired by the city.

Oversized windows let in natural sunlight


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