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Inside a Warm, Renovated 19th-Century Tribeca Loft

On Saturday, five private Manhattan homes were open to the public as part of Dwell on Design New York, an interior-focused event sponsored by Dwell magazine. Among them was a 2,000-square-foot loft on White Street in Tribeca, which was noteworthy for its use of repurposed materials, including the building's original windows and ceiling. The 19th-century space was given a facelift by James Ramsey of RAAD Studio (he's also known as one of the driving forces behind the Lowline). When converting the historic loft, Ramsey considered it "important to treat as much of the historical shell that remained intact with reverence," which is reflected in the mix of old and new found throughout.

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