The brainchild of developer/architect Michael Kirchman of GDS Development and designed by Fogarty Finger Architects, 25 Mercer’s Townhouse occupies three floors. The project is subdivided into five boutique residences including one townhouse, three full-floor loft apartments, and a duplex penthouse.
Fogarty Finger’s inventive and resourceful team provides sophisticated, contemporary designs that uphold the high aesthetic standards which our clients expect and appreciate. During the design process, we work one-on-one with our clients to exchange ideas and create visually striking environments which exceed their expectations.
The firm has rapidly become a major New York City design practice, and has considerable experience delivering complete architecture and interior design packages for residential and commercial projects of every type and size.
The design studio is both nimble and creative, providing fresh and elegant solutions to the most complex projects. The firm’s thorough and professional approach results in positive and lasting relationships with their clients.
LOCATION: New York City
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Tasked with designing a new office space for two financial clients, Fogarty Finger in collaboration with Kevin Dumais sought to bring an air of residential quality to the commercial environment. Relaxed formal furniture appoints the spacious interior, while large skylights are framed by suspended boxes above the foyer.
Fogarty Finger Architecture crafts a striking residence within a landmarked industrial building. Taking tremendous care to preserve the original structure, which dates to the turn of the 20th century, the designers appended new spaces around the existing envelope.
Set in the landmarked 19th century Osborne apartment building, Fogarty Finger designed and renovated this sprawling split-level apartment for a young family hoping to retain the historic charm, while updating the space for a modern lifestyle. Original and restored details include door casings, inset herringbone floors, and intricate tile work. A large kitchen becomes the formal […]