Giant bubble transforms Manhattan loft

Argentinean-born architect Pablo Jendretzki has created what is surely one of the city’s most unique lofts.

The 6,000-square-foot loft on Sixth Avenue in Soho is owned by a couple who work in film and entertain. In 2010 they commissioned Jendretzki to redesign their space, according to Curbed.

Jendretzki added 12 projectors to the beamed ceiling of the large living area, so that movies or video installations can be shown on screens that descend from hidden pockets at anytime.

He also added “something in the space that guests wouldn’t forget:” a bubble. Initially used as a screening room, the bubble is now split into two rooms for the couple’s children. [Curbed] Christopher Cameron

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