Architects Dash Marshall renovated this former caviar factory in NYC’s Tribeca neighborhood, for a young, growing family. A suspended brass and steel stairwell connects the two levels, and serves as a stunning, sculptural focal point for the project.
Published in Interior Design Magazine.
A sitting alcove provides a quiet respite.
The Caviar Factory’s exterior. Tribeca, NYC.
A sliding, glass room divider provides for a flexible living space, and an enclosed rehearsal room for the family’s young musicians.
A sliding, floor-to-ceiling pocket door allows the rear of the apartment to be converted to a guest apartment.
Ceiling lighting detail.
The sculptural stair is suspended from the ceiling joists by a forest of stainless steel rods.