Live/Work: An Artist’s Dream Space

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Objective: convert a 2700 sq-ft abandoned warehouse space into an artist’s loft for a Williamsburg pioneer. Mission accomplished for Ochs Design firm. They intentionally restored as much of the original bones of the space as was feasibly possible for their client, including keeping the original asphalt floor in the painting studio. The “platforms replace walls to define living space” allowing the paintings and artwork to dominate the interior. And the oh-so-romantic bed is something from the movies.

Who wants to relocate with me?

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About Cate

Cate is a former decorating editor of a shelter magazine based in Manhattan, who has recently moved from the Big Apple to Charlottesville with husband and baby. An interior design enthusiast, she enjoys all things aesthetic.
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4 Responses to Live/Work: An Artist’s Dream Space

  1. Margaret Kelley says:

    Cate, this is absolutely beautiful. I feel like I could walk right in and be comfortable! I love that there was a wooden platform built for the living areas; it instantly warms it up from the studio space. And that dining table with the iron legs is to die for!

  2. florennyc says:

    Amazing!!! I finally did something with my dead space above the mantle, totally CWZ inspired!!

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  4. Oh, I would kill for this place. I love it!!

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