Apartment - Renovation
bath reflection of the Manhattan skyline
of city through open living room
glass partitions in dining room allow filtered light into
from kitchen toward pantry area
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2500 sq. ft.
Redesign an existing 3 bedroom apartment to meet the needs of
a couple who no longer have children living at home. The apartment
was left empty for many years, and had not been renovated since
the late 1940s.
Comfortable, open area for entertaining parties of 20 or more.
Kosher kitchen, with a separate room and bath for live-in help.
master suite with ample storage, and additional space for overnight
Refined quality of rooms to effectively display an extensive
on wonderful Central Park views.
designed a sequence of connected spaces to enhance the feeling
of openness and heighten the sense of fluid movement through the
apartment. Existing structural elements such as columns and dropped
beams helped form large thresholds between spaces and allowed
for the organization of distinct art display walls, custom track
lights, and cathode up-lights. The greatest challenge of this
project was creating as much space as possible by carefully considering
the placement of mechanical systems. The clients enjoy the light
and airiness, as well as the gracious living environment we provided
AT Inc. - architects
a r c h i t e c t u r a l t e c h n o l o g
massachusetts USA 01564
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