East 72nd Street Apt.
Upper East Side complete gut renovation. Seven months from start to finish.
W 19th St.
An interior renovation for an art dealer that consisted of combining two existing apartments into one loft space that included 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, kitchen, dining area living room, and a family room. Aside from a strict budget, one of our challenges was to create an expansive space within the narrow constraints of the existing structural grid. We removed and reinforced several structural walls, allowing for a more generous flow of space. Also, we created a “light corridor” to filter natural light from the bright front of the apartment mixed with incandescent “light wells” toward the back.
W 17th St.
This raw space was converted into a residential loft with minimalistic aesthetic. There was great emphasis on industrial materials such as epoxy resins and glass in this project. It was featured on the cover of New York Magazine’s April 28th, 2003 issue of ‘The New City Kitchen’.
Sutton Place South
This project was a complete gut renovation and combination of 2 apartments to create a modern minimalist family apartment. The floor plan was reconfigured to maximize the natural lighting from the windows this corner unit has. Book-matched Anigre millwork panels conceal spacious storage through-out the main living quarters as well as the kitchen. The kitchen and pantry is comprised of all custom cabinetry made out of book-matched Anigre wood and stainless steel cabinets.
Greenwich Village Apartment.
This West Village apartment had typical condo finishes. With a modest budget and strict schedule we moved some walls to create a hidden room for the owners’ two sons and added molding, arched doorways, wainscot and window seats to give this routine looking apartment a traditional feel.