Interior of this Collector’s Loft is a three-year work of UNStudio in Greenwich Village, Manhattan. The loft looks like something between a gallery and a modern living space. It acts the same though. The owner has a nice collection of art and it’s blended with living areas very well. The curved walls in the loft flow through the interior, and together with articulated ceilings, create hybrid conditions in which exhibition areas merge into living areas. While the walls form a calm and controlled backdrop for the works of art, the ceiling looks like an art itself. By interchanging luminous and opaque, the ceiling creates a field of ambient and local lighting conditions, forming an organizational element in the exhibition and the living areas. Besides, the apartment features great views of Manhattan, which are framed in floor to celling glass panels.