With its Italian Renaissance façade and double-height ceilings and windows, The Printing House is a standout in Manhattan’s West Village neighborhood. The iconic industrial building, which was originally built in 1910, has been fully reimagined by workshop/apd from top to bottom, inside and out, as luxury condominium residences. The firm stayed loyal to the strength and scale of the original architecture, infusing it with a warm modernism that makes the building feel fresh for today while maintaining the integrity of its past.
To showcase the endless design possibilities offered by the striking yet simple lofts, four different firms designed model residences in the building. As we featured last week, Dering Hall partnered with Studio Tim Campbell to design and furnish a two-story two-bedroom 1,614 square foot apartment in the building. This week, we showcase the work of the other three firms: workshop/apd, Carrier and Company and Architecture at Large.216