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.
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.
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.
The entrance to the loft from the elevator has a view to the library wall that has natural light.
The stairs to the master bedroom are tucked behind the wall of the library room.
A view into the master bedroom from the library.
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!