Originally housing an old Propeller Factory, this modern Jersey City dwelling has stayed true to its historic origins. Fogarty Finger Architecture and Interiors have preserved much of the 17th century building's structure including the original company sign, Alexander Thomson & Sons Pattern Makers. The original industrial roots of the old factory still run through the interior of the home, exposing salvaged wood joists, columns, the original concrete floors and machinery on full display juxtaposed against the marble and brass modern finishes. A zinc-clad extension was added, rising from the rear of the building in order to create a second story and a white metal staircase was added, leading to the master suite and rooftop terrace. The basement of the 17th century factory was re-purposed and used to house a wine cellar, infinity pool, Jacuzzi and sauna.
Photography by: Alexander Severin