Tour a Sleek, Modern Triplex With Scandinavian Sensibilities

Dacy Knight

If there's one enduring truth about New York City, it's that space is hard to come by. Even the most luxe Manhattan homes are limited in their square footage, so making a city abode feel open and spacious is a true art. Interior designer Matthew Cane is the mastermind behind many a Manhattan home makeover, bringing his chic and contemporary aesthetic to transform spaces of all sizes and in all nooks of the city—from a Gramercy Park apartment to a Brooklyn townhome—and most recently a triplex in Greenwich Village. Built in 1900 and most recently renovated by a Scandinavian architect, the sleek triplex maximises its square footage with a lofted master bedroom and kitchen tucked away beneath. Cane stayed true to the triplex's Nordic style and design features, maintaining the home's open and airy feel by highlighting the light-filled space's high ceilings, wall of windows, and clean, modern aesthetic. Head below to tour the Greenwich Village triplex and see what Matthew Cane has to say about designing the space.

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