Residential ArchitectureApartmentsFive Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Project Name: Five Apartment Combination
Project team: Glickman Schlesinger Architects
Location: New York
Year 2018
Courtesy of Glickman Schlesinger

This space was designed for a growing family. To add some whimsy to an otherwise very grown-up and elegant space, Glickman Schlesinger had each of the kids select their own color of faucet for their respective bathrooms. Custom casework and detailing abound. The kitchen is minimal and modern. Glickman Schlesinger’s style is decidedly European in its simplicity. This was a four apartment space that Glickman Schlesinger expanded by adding a fifth apartment and completely re-designing the layout and flow of the space.

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

Five Apartment Combination in New York City / Glickman Schlesinger

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