New York City is chock-full of laughably small, awkwardly shaped apartments. Which is why it takes a good imagination to not only make them livable, but actually desirable. The designers at Specht Harpman Architects recently worked wonders on a 425-square-foot loft on the Upper West Side. The space, at the top of a six-story brownstone, has 25 feet of vertical space and even access to a rooftop — giving them plenty to work with.
When designing a 425 square foot apartment, it sure helps to have a 25 foot ceiling : TreeHugger
Name: Daniel Lubrano Location: Gramercy Park — New York, NY Size: Approx. 425 square feet Years lived in: Owned 4 years Daniel moved into this stylish New York apartment about four years ago. The studio is tiny — just shy of 430 square feet. But he makes his small home work by being purposeful with what he brings into his home. His stylish, space-saving DIY murphy bed helps, too!