What a cool use of space. This was designed by Dean-Wolf Architects in New York City. The converted warehouse now boasts a whopping 10,500 square feet of living space. The zones of the house have been layered to optimise the space and ‘warehouse like’ materials have been utilized to keep the look cohesive and appropriate. Steel and concrete are the primary materials but other materials such as brick, wood and glass are also present. Courtyards have been creating throughout the home to allow sunlight and airflow by way of Nana walls (retractable glass doors).