Apartment Renovation - Before & After
This duplex apartment in New York’s Greenwich Village presented some challenges. Typical of postwar high-rises, it had 8-foot concrete slab ceilings, small generic bathrooms, a minuscule kitchen, and linoleum floors. The overarching goal was to create spaces with unique atmospheres that add up to a coherent whole.
Pied-à-Terre Entry Hallway - Before
Pied-à-Terre Entry Hallway - After A wenge wood wall and floating ceiling.
Pied-à-Terre Kitchen - Before
Pied-à-Terre Kitchen - After The exterior wall of the small kitchen was demolished, opening the kitchen to the conservatory and creating a breakfast room and casual living space.
Pied-à-Terre Conservatory - After The kitchen island extends into the conservatory, enlarging the kitchen and creating a comfortable space for entertaining.
Pied-à-Terre Bathroom - Before
Pied-à-Terre Bathroom - After We combined the original, small master bathroom with two closets to create the large new room with marble and glass tiles.