This junior loft features the building’s original brick ceiling, along with antique furnishings. The ultra high 15-foot ceiling is accented by a massive Louis XVI style Claudio Albornoz cut glass chandelier and the open floor plan embraces spaciousness.
Located at the front of building, two separate tall French doors overlook Junín Street and allow for natural light, while the triple pane glass provides soundproofing.
The modern open American style galley kitchen is fully equipped and has a glass bar counter and a buffet dining section to accommodate four people. It also incorporates a stylish Raul Vidal hand-etched accent mirror.
Throughout this open style space, a combination of antiques and modern touches create a unique environment to relax within. The iron and wood staircase lead to the open-ended bedroom area with a brick ceiling atop the loft, including a king size bed, a closet, two antique bedside tables and a Louis XV dresser.
The main floor grand living space includes a pull-out couch with a full sized mattress, antique occasional chairs, a rustic wooden farm coffee table, and a hand woven rug from the Northern province of Salta.
Original works of art by Argentine Pilar Lucero complete the apartment’s unique design.