Located in Manhattan, New York, the Chinatown loft has been here since the 1980s but a few years ago it was renovated by Buro. The renovation transformed it into a one-bedroom loft with 1.5 bathrooms. By getting rid of the individual rooms, the architect opened up the space allowing light to travel through and to illuminate all the areas like it should. A sculptural wall with a wavy design and it integrates the laundry area, the powder room and lots of built-in storage and works as a space divider. The apartment features whitewashed exposed brick walls and even some of the original vintage wallpaper in the kitchen that contrast with the new additions, the modern furniture and the minimalist designs.