It was only a matter of time before the much-hyped rental-to-condo conversion of the Printing House got the glossy treatment. Interior Design magazine featured the West Village development in its November issue, talking with the design team at Workshop/APD, Andrew Kotchen and Matthew Berman, who described the aesthetic as "rustic modernism." The biggest challenge the team faced was combining the previous rental units into large, sensible floorplans. Before Kotchen and Berman came in, the random placement of units was like "a mouth with missing teeth." The 104 rentals eventually merged into 60 condos, many of which have mezzanine levels, a feature leftover from the original design of the building.
· Fit to Print: Workshop/APD Makes Headlines At NYC Printing House apartments [Interior Design]
· Printing House coverage [Curbed]