New York-based architecture studio Worrell Yeung has completed the renovation and design of a 2,200-square-foot loft in Chelsea for an art-and-design-collecting couple with small children.
Charlie West – Manhattan’s only new ground-up construction residential development in Hell’s Kitchen – is now complete. The striking 16-story condominium building, with exterior design by ODA Architects and interiors by the renowned Andres Escobar of Lemay + Escobar Architecture DPC, creates an urban oasis at 505 W. 43rd Street.
The Shelter Island pool house was designed as a retreat and relaxation space for a busy mother and daughter duo. The footprint of the building is minimal – large enough to entertain some guests, but small enough to remain intimate when just two or three people are using the space.
A short drive from New York City, the Clinton Corners residence is nestled discreetly on a sylvan lot in the Hudson Valley. The house was envisioned as both a family retreat for weekends away from the city and a gathering space for special occasions.
The interior design studio entrusted with the task – the renowned London based firm NEBIHE CIHAN STUDIO – came up with a minimalist concept in which the works of art are integrated throughout the Park Avenue Residence, avoiding an overly “museum-like” effect.
Designed for a young couple that are energetic creatives in both their personal and professional lives, Chalet Perche draws its inspiration from both modern minimalist houses and the iconic French chalet.