A multi-purpose outpost for a well-traveled New York entrepreneur and collector, this loft was conceived as a flexible environment suitable for use as a private study as well as for business meetings and the occasional party
Champalimaud minimized the disruption of the open space of this classic 19th-century loft, separating workspaces but maintaining a visual flow. The high ceilings emphasize the floor-to-ceiling natural light that showcases a curated collection of antique furniture and contemporary art. Aubergine lacquered millwork and blackened steel and glass partitions define the state-of-the-art conference space and frame interior views. The mood is masculine, industrial, and personal - a refined gentleman's study with a modern sensibility.