PRODUCTORA designs a loft-like home within a footprint of a garden apartment in Soho

Manhattan’s Soho neighborhood at first conjures images of 4- and 5-story cast-iron buildings with large windows overlooking Belgian-block streets. These “loft” buildings were home to workshops and factories but today are home to New York’s crème de la crème. A more subtle and contemporary loft conversion has taken place on Sullivan Street, but you’d never know: The residence opens to an interior courtyard instead of the street. This is Mexico City–based PRODUCTORA’s take on the garden loft apartment.

Originally a completely open floorplan, the space now has four distinct rooms: a bedroom, bathroom, and lofted guest suite overlooking a great room, which serves as an open-concept area for cooking, dining, lounging, and working. The interior is home to a couple that splits time between their native Mexico City and New York. “This is a space for creatives to return to, recharge, and let loose,” Wonne Ickx, a founding partner of PRODUCTORA who is now based in New York, told AN Interior on a recent tour.


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