60 White Residential Project Completed by Ula Bochinska of Bostudio Architecture

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60 White is a residential project completed by Ula Bochinska of Bostudio Architecture. The complex, which is host to eight luxury residential lofts, is located in the heart of TriBeCa, in New York City, USA.

The homes are intended to not just be able to boast of the height of design and good taste, but also of their sustainability and energy efficiency. An approximate 80% of the materials used were part of the existing structure, having been restored and reclaimed for the new finished product. Others are locally sourced, such as a 300-year-old reclaimed oak and Danby marble, which serve to add a touch of authenticity and history to the spaces while honoring the building’s own past.

The homes are represented by Shaun Osher and Emily Beare of Core Group Marketing, offering 2- and 3-bedroom apartments ranging in size from 1,943 to 3,129 square feet. Prices start at $4.65 million.

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Exterior view of the building
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Exterior view of the building
Exterior view of the building
Vertical garden in the interior
Vertical garden in the interior
Common areas with vertical garden

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Common areas with vertical garden

The interiors are done in an earthy color palette, and mixing elegant elements – such as hardwood floors and modern furnishings and pieces of art – with more rustic ones – such as the exposed brick walls – to create a unique and stylish effect. In fact, wooden surfaces pervade the entire interior, creating a sense of uniformity and continuity that adds to the tightness of the design.

source: homedesgn.com

 

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