Mexican Inspired Loft - Wood Model

  • Interior Design Studio 3 - Fall 2012
     
    Loft design for a Mexican chef client living in the Old City neighborhood of Philadelphia, PA.  Multi-level, geometric design creates interest in the narrow home while making sure every square foot is utilized.  Wall niches allow opportunities to add religious decorations to the house, as my client is Roman Catholic.  He lives here with his daughter and elderly mother, who each get their own spaces with custom details.
     
    Drawings of this project are filed under "Mexican Inspired Loft - Drawings"
  • Overall Section
  • Exterior
    (Row Home in the middle of a block)
    * Metal clips on either end rotate to release exterior wall to see inside
  • Front Facade
    (Interior Entrance - This is 3rd and 4th floors)
  • Rear Facade and Fire Stair
  • Section - highlighting Master Suite & Living Spaces
    * Good view of light alcove created when I manipulated the flooring and ceiling heights, having to keep the front facade the same.
  • Stairs @ Rooftop
  • Stairs @ Second Level (4th Floor)
  • Stairs @ First Level (3rd Floor)
  • Stairs @ Between Levels
  • Kitchen
  • Kitchen and Dining Room
  • Living Room
  • Dining Room & Living Room
  • Kitchen and Dining Room
  • Kitchen and Dining Room
  • Grandma's Suite
  • Daughter's Suite
  • Daughter's Suite
  • Daughter's Suite
  • Master Suite
  • Master Suite
  • Master Suite
  • Master Suite
  • Rooftop Garden
  • Rooftop Garden
  • Rooftop Deck