Marco Pasanella and Rebecca Robertson's Loft

Marco Pasanella and Rebecca Robertson's Loft

A329597981eb7c2191c4c0bedba994a59d38b2db?w=240&h=240&fit=crop
Regina Yunghans
May 11, 2009

We love Marco Pasanella and Rebecca Robertson's Manhattan loft featured in a recent issue of Martha Stewart Living. The couple live in the converted 1839 warehouse with their son. A few things we love...

The open floorplan of the loft, once used for shipbuilding, could translate to alienating, too-big spaces. Instead, though, Pasanella and Robertson have created "rooms" that feel distinct and inviting while retaining the warehouse's original loftiness. Case in point: both the kitchen shown up top and the living area above are exposed to one big loft space. But elements like the cabinetry, drapes, and rugs make each "room" its own. This home is certainly a lesson in defining spaces with tools other than walls!

See Apartment Therapy's take on the loft's bedroom here and our take on Pasanella's book, Living in Style Without Losing Your Mind.

Visit the full tour of the loft at Martha Stewart.

(Images: Martha Stewart Living)

Created with Sketch.