Soho Loft by Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects1
Dec
26
Soho Loft by Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects

The art collectors Paul and Carol Wool­mington moved into a 3,500-square-foot Soho loft in 1996, at the time they make the home a nice place to play and raise their kid, but them they decided to transform the apartment in an adult playground full of amazing details.

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The couple decided to give this project to their friends Henry Smith-Miller and Laurie Hawkinson of Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects who, along with project architect Christian Uhl, transformed the loft in a hybrid place.

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The architects have designed a multipurpose, bedroom, studio and TV room all in the same space and, 18 years after they arrive to the loft, Paul and Carol Wool­mington can now say that they are using every single part of their home.

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The entrance to the loft from the elevator has a view to the library wall that has natural light.

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The stairs to the master bedroom are tucked behind the wall of the library room.

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A view into the master bedroom from the library.

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The guest room can be closed off by two giant floor-to-ceiling sliding doors.

Don’t you just want to move into this dream home? A truly wonderful modern architectural project made by some of the best architects in New York City. What do you think about this Soho loft? Tell us by leaving a comment!

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