This stunning loft is worth swooning over! This 19th century Tribeca space belongs to raad studio principal James Ramsey. Aside from the lack of windows, the combo of black granite, white marble, walnut and subway tiles is pretty much perfection – the main accent is textural surfaces. Original details were preserved, such as old windows, tin ceilings, and brick walls and some windows were added to create more light. The 300-bottle wine rack made out of terra cotta drainage pipes Beluga whale skeleton made from a plaster mold over the dining table are rad. This is an incredibly stylish place with a play of textures and beautiful accents – you won’t be able to take your eyes off!