This apartment in the West Village area in New York boast unusually high ceilings – 4.5 m, with the living room here also with a second light. It is all about the original Printing House building, in which the home is located and which was built back in 1911, but has recently restored by the wonderful Workshop/apd studio while preserving the original designs. Thanks to this, the interiors breathe spaciousness and are filled with light, despite the rather narrow layout of the rooms.
About Author:Serge Pufik is the founder and mastermind of pufikhomes.com blog. Sergiy is an economist by profession, he worked in real estate and from childhood was fond of interior magazines. Together with his wife Anna they run design studio PH Studio, managing projects in Ukraine and far beyond.
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