A Miniminalist Loft in Greenwich Village - Andrianna Shamaris
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A Miniminalist Loft in Greenwich Village

November 2, 2011

The Chipotle Mexican Grill executives Mark Crumpacker and Tim Wildin furnished their Greenwich Village kitchen with a vintage black granite Saarinen table bought through 1stdibs. The black leather and espresso-stained teak chairs are by Andrianna Shamaris; the Mater barstools are from Design Public.

Mr. Wildin, left, and Mr.Crumpacker at the marble-top kitchen island designed by the architect Thaddeus Briner. To make the countertop look very thin, Mr. Briner had the edge notched with a rabbet.

The Italian statuary marble of the counter extends onto the backsplash above the Gaggenau Vario cooktop and teppanyaki grill.

Dimmable fluorescent lighting recessed in the ceiling around the periphery of the living area brightens the room, as does the new set of slipcovers ($4,940) on the Solo sectional sofa from B & B Italia.

Colleagues visiting the apartment have noticed its resemblance to the Chipotle restaurants — particularly elements like the walnut architectural volume, which recalls the freestanding plywood forms at Chipotle. Both were built by Digifabshop, in Hudson, N.Y.

The Eames Aluminum Management Chair that sits in Mr. Crumpacker’s office alcove is from Design Within Reach ($1,889).

The upholstered Maxalto Apta bed is from B & B Italia. The relatively small space it occupies, basically an alcove off the main living area, serves as the master bedroom.

The 28-inch Hope pendant light from Luceplan ($2,450) in the master bathroom has curved polycarbonate Fresnel lenses that sparkle with light from a halogen or a compact fluorescent bulb.