Friday, November 12, 2010

An Artist's Dream






Have a look at this amazing space, renovated several years ago by the New York based design firm Ochs Design. The once abandoned 2700 sq-ft warehouse is now an artist's loft that retains many of its original details, such as the asphalt floor in the painting studio. And instead of adding walls and breaking up the openness of the loft, platforms were used to define the sleeping and living areas, allowing the paintings and artwork to dominate the interior. What artist wouldn't want to live here? More here. Via LoftLife.

9 comments :

Alex Louisa said...

I never tire of seeing the photos of this space, and I couldn't have thought of a better title for your post myself!

It's soooo perfect. My dream art studio for sure!

Charlotta Ward said...

To die for!

Thanks for sharing.

x Charlotta

Liza said...

I knew at a glance that it was in Brooklyn. Wish I'd been so bold when I renovated a brownstone there, years ago (long gone, bought and sold before prices skyrocketed) Such an inspirational space.

Liza said...

Oh, and if you have a house in Brooklyn check out this cool upcoming workshop
https://etm.patrontechnology.com/o/BHS/p/run_module.php?__module__=1899

hope the link works. Brooklyn Historical Society house history workshop.

liza said...

I see it didn't work at all. Maybe this is better. Otherwise, brooklynhistory.org

http://www.brooklynhistory.org/visitor/calendar.html#b1113

Anna G. said...

Soooo beautiful, I would love to live in a place like this!

Tricia said...

This space is gorgeous! What a wonderful place to create and dream!

Melissa said...

Incredible!! That bed!! Wow.

David Ellis said...

The second picture blows my mind, and I'm not sure why. Its the lighting, the exposed brick and the faint image of the building across the way as seen through the center window.

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