Welcome! Peek Inside Laura Bohn and Scott Bromley’s Lofts at the 10th Annual Open House New York Weekend Oct. 6–7

October 6–7 is the 10th Annual Open House New York Weekend, when we celebrate the city’s architecture and design by unlocking the Big Apple, allowing New Yorkers and tourists alike free access hundreds of sites, talks, tours, performances, and family activities in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs. One of the most popular features is Designer’s Open House @ OHNY Weekend, sponsored by Interior Design magazine, when architects and interior designers throw open the doors of their private residences. are the tours of private residences. This year, the lofts of two Designers Collaborative members are included on the tour: Laura Bohn‘s three-bedroom apartment in the West Village (October 6 & 7, 12:00 to 5:00 PM), and Scott Bromley‘s two-bedroom loft in the Garment District (October 6, 12:00 to 4:00 PM). By reservation only at ohny.org. Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll see.

Laura Bohn in the living room of her West Village penthouse apartment

Laura Bohn in the living room of her West Village penthouse apartment, which is part of the Designer’s Open House @ OHNY Weekend, October 6 & 7, 12:00 to 5:00 PM, sponsored by Interior Design magazine.

The dining room, living room, and kitchen in Laura bohn's West village penthouse loft

A view of the dining room and kitchen from the living room in Laura Bohn‘s West Village penthouse loft.

The living area and sleeping platform in Scott Bromley's Garment District loft apartment

Looking from the living area to the sleeping platform in Scott Bromley‘s Garment District loft apartment, which is also part of the Designer’s Open House @ OHNY Weekend, October 6, 12:00 to 4:00 PM, sponsored by Interior Design magazine.

A 75-foot banquette covered in Sunbrella fabric runs along the front of wall of Scott Bromley's Garment District loft

A 75-foot banquette covered in Sunbrella fabric runs along the front of wall of Scott Bromley‘s loft. The enclosed greenhouse windows were originally an open balcony.