Art and Industry Make Magic in a Pittsburgh Loft



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Artists Atticus Adams and Garry Pyles’ two-story live-work loft in the formerly industrial Lawrenceville neighborhood of Pittsburgh was once a defunct, boarded-up light-metal manufacturing facility. It’s part of two buildings, one built in 1868 and the other in 1950. When Adams and Pyles bought the buildings, both were filled with five decades’ worth of stuff, everything from repurposed furniture to metal presses. It took 18 months — and many, many dumpsters — for the homeowners to empty it all. Here’s what they did next.

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