Roommates: Artist's Loft for Two

Roommates: Artist's Loft for Two

Aaron Able
Jan 22, 2009

Would you live with a roommate? What if you shared a 4,600 square foot midtown loft that was renovated so you each had (tons) of private space? The New York Times shows us the live/work loft spaces of artists Roselyn Leibowitz and Catherine Redmond — friends who created a unique living arrangement after Catherine's Tribeca loft was uninhabitable after 9/11...

The women emphasize that their arrangement functions as a "supportive structure without losing one's individual sense of privacy"

1 Catherine Redmond's large, open workspace.
2 Catherine's small bedroom.
3 The floorplan shows the two spaces share a long hallway.
4 Roselyn Leibowitz's living space.
5 Roselyn has a larger bedroom because she likes to draw and work on the bed.

Because the loft was gut-renovated with the help of architect Michael Zenreich, each woman was able to customize her space to her individual living style and working style. Check out the full article: Living Together: To Each Her Own and the slideshow.

Pics: Michael Weschler

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