The objective in this pre-war Manhattan apartment is to create a cohesive plan to unify and open the disjointed spaces while utilizing the light and views available of New York’s Central Park and Reservoir.
The KC apartment needed thorough renovation as many of the floors were sagging and there was no real modern comfort to be found. We proposed tearing down a dividing wall and recreating a central axis, as this was common in historical buildings like these.
The layout of the Copper house is simple and functional. Fireplace room, kitchen, dining room, hall, dressing room – combines a cube covered with natural copper. This is the central element of the 1st floor. Inside it fit: a closet, a built-in kitchen, the bearing structures of the building, and a decorative niche with plants.
Staying in the Bunker Loft is a memorable experience ! Close by and yet withdrawn from the endless buzz of Hamburg. You can enjoy the vibe but have your private retreat after a busy day in the City or at work. With all the luxe you are used to in your own private home. Stay like home while you are on the road.
Modern Dnepr apartment for a young family with two kids was successfully implemented without any changes of initial plan. In this project all the details were considered, beginning from the layout and finishing with a unique shades of the walls.
The 150 sqm apartment covers the entire last floor of a newly built block of flats; it has a spacious terrace (around 60 sqm) and a smart partitioning, so we didn’t need to make radical changes in this aspect.