We've admired this Tribeca loft by NY architects Ike Kligerman Barkley for a while now—for the light-handed approach to the interior reconfiguration, the mix of midcentury furniture, but most of all, the spectacular floor-to-ceiling bookshelves. To read more about the project, go to Architectural Digest. Photos by Durston Saylor.
Above: The architects designed a wall of zinc-covered bookshelves to house the owner's collection of art books and other titles.
Above: The extra-long dining table and schoolhouse chairs are vintage.