Have I mentioned that I love that the DC Apartment Therapy now has a Philadelphian on staff? Kristen gives me all sorts of stuff to drool about that isn’t located 200 miles to the north or south.
These are some photos of a lovely Philly loft done by Spring Garden’s own QB3, which is incidentally and not-intuitively pronounced “cube,” btw.
The pictures for this loft tour, which is a little sterile for my taste (it seriously looks like they got a cat to match their decor) but whose bookshelves I envy with a fire like the sun, can be traced from Apartment Therapy to Loft Life magazine to a slideshow at Philadelphia Magazine back to a slideshow on QB3’s website.
But what none of those places mention is which building this is. Help me out. I’m usually a pretty good googler, but I can’t turn up anything useful on this and I’m very curious.
- It’s in South Philadelphia
- It used to be a window factory in the 1900s
- One window faces the Delaware while the other faces the Schuylkill
- The views out the windows in the pictures