Modern family loft renovation. A young couple starting a family in the city purchased this two story loft in Boston's South End. Built in the 1990's, the loft was ready for updates. ZED transformed the space, creating a fresh new look and greatly increasing its functionality to accommodate an expanding family within an urban setting. Improvement were made to the aesthetics, scale, and functionality for the growing family to enjoy.
Photos by Eric Roth.
Construction by Ralph S. Osmond Company.
Green architecture by ZeroEnergy Design.
9. Consider who will do the rough-in and finish work With a kitchen or bathroom, for example, the rough-in involves bringing the waste, plumbing and electrical services to the right places. So pipes and cables are installed in walls and under floors, and are left poking out. Typically, walls are then lined and plastered, and floors laid, before the finish work.The finish work is where the cabinets, appliances, taps, light fixtures, tiling and so on are done, connecting up to the pipes and cables - lis_cassey