Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sadie's Loft

One of the great challenges of living in New York City, if you're not completely flush with cash, is fitting your life into a little room. Fortunately, in the East Village, where Square feet are at a premium, cubic footage in the way of tall ceilings seems to abound. In that this spacial transformation was made possible.

By dividing the space vertically, a 96 square foot room gains 64 square feet or, roughly, 2/3s it's usable space. While it's true that the stairs take up 18 square feet of floor space, it also serves as storage  to be fully utilized. In it's double purpose there is no loss.

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