This modern loft apartment in New York has many hidden design details, like mirrors, fold out furniture, and hidden storage. #ModernApartment #ApartmentDesign #InteriorDesign

Photography by Dror Baldinger

Scott Specht of Specht Architects, has recently completed his latest NYC project, The Infinity Loft in Greenwich Village.

When designing the 900 square foot loft renovation, numerous hidden details were included to make the space feel larger than it is.

Mirrors were placed above eye level to make the ceiling appear to extend far beyond the perimeter walls. Front-surface mirrors are also located directly adjacent to windows to multiply the views and increase the light brought into the space.

In this modern apartment, mirrors were placed above eye level to make the ceiling appear to extend far beyond the perimeter walls. Front-surface mirrors are also located directly adjacent to windows to multiply the views and increase the light brought into the space. #ModernApartment #Mirrors

Photography by Dror Baldinger

In the living room, wood cabinetry hides a fold-out bed, used for when guests stay over, and above the wood cabinets, are hidden panels that open to reveal storage nooks.


In this modern apartment living room, wood cabinetry hides a fold-out bed, used for when guests stay over, and above the wood cabinets, are hidden panels that open to reveal storage nooks. #FoldDownBed #HiddenStorage

Photography by Dror Baldinger

On the wood wall opposite the couch, there are panels that can be slid open to reveal the hidden television.


A wood wall opposite the couch in this modern apartment, has panels that can be slid open to reveal the hidden television. #HiddenTelevision #ModernApartment

Photography by Dror Baldinger

Also hidden within the wood wall are pocket doors that can be opened to reveal the bedroom and bathroom.


Hidden within the wood walls of this modern apartment, are pocket doors that can be opened to reveal the bedroom and bathroom. #PocketDoors #WoodWalls

Photography by Dror Baldinger

When entertaining guests, a small console by the front door can be moved to the other end of the apartment by the windows, and when extended it opens up to a 10-person dining table.


When entertaining guests in this modern apartment, a small console by the front door can be moved to the other end of the apartment by the windows, and when extended it opens up to a 10-person dining table. #ModernApartment #DiningTable

Photography by Dror Baldinger | Architect: Specht Architects | Contractor: TCM

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