Ilan Averbuch's Artist Loft

Ilan Averbuch's Artist Loft

Aaron Able
Sep 30, 2008

A former soap factory in Long Island City, Queens is the home and studio of sculptor Ilan Averbuch and his family. The New York Times takes us into the raw space which has been adapted over time for a family — concrete floors were painted to distinguish living from working space and walls made from salvaged wooden windows, help to divide the open space...

Read all about the eclectic blend of furnishings and how the space has changed over time: Carving Out a Family Home and a Studio and slideshow.

Images: Gabriele Stabile for The New York Times

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