What was once an industrial printing facility, our friends at Workshop/APD converted into a multi-family home, complete with High-Line-esque private mews. The floor-to-ceiling windows flood the space with light, and provide a natural backdrop to works by Anna Beeke, Ryan James MacFarland, Luckey Remington, Jen Wink Hays, Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey, and Martina Lang, curated alongside Workshop/APD.
Photos by Genevieve Garruppo | Design by Workshop/APD
“New York City has a small trove of hidden streets, alleys and old-world mews, often cobblestoned and lined with former stables and carriage houses. Now joining the collection is a 200-foot-long landscaped lane running along the rear of a former industrial building on Hudson and Clarkson streets in the West Village.”
“Floor-to-ceiling windows fill the homes with natural light, and the living and dining areas can be fully opened to the mews, allowing for fresh garden air in warm weather and views of seasonal foliage in the colder months. ”
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