When Natascha Wittgenstein, co-owner of Tooshie, first saw this Manhattan apartment it was a men's bathroom. It was being converted into an artist's studio, with the promise of natural light and beautiful views.
She sacrificed having a kitchen, something she rarely used, to have an extra sleeping loft built in. For something so industrial, I think she turned it into a bright and functioning space on a budget.
Here is another use of Bill Blass scarves, this time used as wall art.
The mantle was found in the basement, an old prop from a theatre on the first floor of her building. She stained her mismatched floors a cohesive shade of black.
A vintage table found on the street and painted white. The red ladder leads up to the sleeping loft.
Scanned & created by Moodboard from Lucky Magazine August 2002/Photography Eric McNatt