Lafayette Loft in Architectural Digest

Nestled in a landmark six-story Renaissance Revival building in New York’s trendy NoHo neighborhood, the loft apartment of Anna Beeber, principal designer of Manhattan interiors firm Champalimaud, hints at its past life as a printing press in the 1890s: The word bindery is crudely written on the freight elevator that enters the space, and holes in the floor are visible where machines once stood. Beeber and her husband had lived happily in the loft for many years—and become familiar with its many intricacies—but as their family began to grow, they decided to turn the once industrial, raw space into a home designed just for them.

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