New York City
New-York based firm Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. has sent us photos of the R Residence gut renovation project.
Located in New York City’s Greenwich Village, this 2,400 square foot, three bedroom, three bathroom apartment was designed for an artist, with maximum natural light, and wall hanging space for artwork.
The apartment also features a 1,000 bottle wine cellar and fully integrated electronic and sound systems.
With a prime Upper East Side location on one of Manhattan’s most prestigious thoroughfares, this new residence has made a name for itself in Manhattan real estate by bringing contemporary condo comforts to Park Avenue.
Boasting an all glass and limestone façade, the narrow glass tower designed by C3D Architecture marries classic Park Avenue condominium comforts with a more contemporary look.
Thanks to high ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, the six apartments, all duplexes, have an open, airy feel and are full of natural light. They are now on sale from $4,675,000 to $6,570,000.
New York City-based studio Koko Architecture + Design has completed the transformation of a penthouse into a modern bright loft-like apartment.
Located in a 1950’s building on the 5th Avenue in New York City, the 3,800 square-foot residence with its second floor entirely dedicated to the kitchen is now a nice place to cook for an avid chef and his friends!
Have you ever dream to own a townhouse in the sky? Well I bet for most of us, this dream won’t ever come true.
But if you have 28 million dollars to spare, you might consider buying this five-story 10,911 square foot penthouse in the heart of Tribeca in New York City.
Designed by Turett Collaborative Architects, this duplex apartment is located in a new building in the East Village of New York City.
Two identical one-bedroom units, one atop the other were combine together into a 2,400 square-foot duplex two-bedroom penthouse with the option to descend speedily from the top floor with a custom-made sculptural slide!
By admin • Feb 26, 2011
Located in a modernist Richard Meier tower in the Far West Village in New York City, this bright and spacious loft was recently completely renovated by New York City-based architectural firm Shelton, Mindel & Associates Architecture.
According to Architectural Digest, this apartment was designed for a San Francisco family for their New York “pied-à-terre”!
New York City-based archtectural firm WORKac has recently completed this 6,000 square foot loft apartment in the Big Apple.
Designed for a family of four that “loves to entertain”, this “inverse triplex” is the result of four years of collaboration between the architects and the owners to create a unique space for urban living.
By admin • Feb 17, 2011
New-York based firm Rodriguez Studio Architecture P.C. has sent us photos of the W/G loft project.
Located on the 23rd Street in the Flatiron District, a neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan, this 3,200 square foot apartment was designed for a young professional couple.
The project was a gut renovation with the addition of an exterior terrace.
New York based fashion and interior design studio Jarlath Mellett has designed the interior of this beautiful apartment located in Tribeca, a neighborhood in Lower Manhattan, New York.
By melding mid-century designs with cutting-edge custom pieces and classic elements, Jarlath Mellett folks re-imagined the “classic Fifth Avenue style apartment as a modern, sleek downtown residence.”
By admin • Feb 8, 2011
The Store Front Loft is located in in the Far East of the East Village in New York City.
The old apartment was totally transformed by NYC architect firm Messana O’Rorke into a white minimalist loft-like residence for an alternative couple and their collection of art and contemporary furniture.
By admin • Jan 24, 2011
Box/Box is a pied-à-terre apartment for Snarkitecture partner Daniel Arsham.
Located in Brooklyn, New York, this 90 square foot private hideaway is contained within a larger collaborative workspace.
According to the architect, Box/Box was conceived as “an accelerated design/build experiment and was completed within a two-month period at a cost of less than $100 per square foot.
The Tribeca Loft has a panoramic view, 3.6 meters high, and is entirely designed in a minimalist style made of wood and steel.
According to the architect, “the original volume was converted into a residence with the insertion of glazed volumes and associated enclosed service rooms.