Inside a Sleek and Welcoming Loft in Portland

Dana Covit

What does the Portland home of a couple who lived in New York during the heyday of loft conversions look like? Well, conspicuously similar, except in Southeast Portland and in an 8000-square-foot one-story building atop a former printing press and mechanic's shop. Led by Emerick Architects, a local studio, the home of Joan Childs and Jerry Zaret, featured in The New York Times, is incredibly sleek yet inviting. Light streams in through the space's many windows, highlighting a dreamy blend of industrial deisgn elements and antiques with history. Scroll to take a tour of the space now.

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