Upper East Side Apartment
This complete renovation project began by addressing several practical and aesthetic challenges resulting from the owner’s desire for modern living within the framework of a pre-war Manhattan apartment building. The service-style galley kitchen and maid’s room were antiquated and disconnected from the main living areas. With the primary exposure being south facing, new openings were introduced between rooms allowing for borrowed light and direct sight lines from the newly configured Kitchen through the Dining and Living areas out towards the view. Integrated into the design was a new HVAC system along with new windows, flooring, two reconfigured bathrooms, and millwork throughout.
Photography: Adam Kane Macchia