Today NY Design Agenda shows you an high atop a nondescript historic building in NYC’s East Village. A former concert hall that has been transformed into an extravagant floor-through loft apartment by photographer Gregory Colbert. Colbert, who is professionally obsessed with documenting human interactions with animals, could fit a whole herd of elephants in the great room, known as Beethoven Hall, which boasts 32-foot arched ceilings and windows that date to the 1860 construction.
Beethoven Hall is an amazing house located in NoHo, New York. Recently restored, it gives some really fantastic ideas for decorating your own home.The circa 1860 concert hall is the centerpiece for grand entertaining with its 32-foot arched ceiling.
Living room: Former Concert Hall | Known as Beethoven Hall, the building was one of Manhattan’s most popular social halls through the early 20th century, hosting everything from dances to weddings to political meetings.
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Brick-Walled Kitchen | In the early 1990s, a group of investors purchased and renovated it into a gallery and apartment, with the awe-inspiring concert area serving as the home’s main gathering space
(left) Original wooden ceiling | The arched ceiling of what was then known as Beethoven Hall is now a beautiful feature of the loft (right) Arched brick doorway | We love the architectural detail this arched doorway adds between the solarium and the living room
Sunny solarium | Relax in this charming sun room – an unusual amenity for a New York apartment.
Guest bedroom with architectural flair | Cozy up in this guest bedroom, with its headboard niche and balcony view
This home has four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and one half bath. The house has enormous brick archways, a wood-burning fireplace, reclaimed wood flooring, marble, and imported wood doors all mixed into the interior design.
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