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Lower Fifth Avenue Apartment

Apartments
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MacGuffin Films

Expressionist

The office for MacGuffin Films, a commercial film production company, a large ground floor space with storage below in a building where they already had a production studio. The raw space was long (over 100 feet) and narrow (23, –28 feet at its widest) with windows on one narrow side and 16-foot ceilings. The floor […]

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76′ Nordhavn Long Range Motor Yacht

Commercial
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Loft Residence, London

Lofts

The clients, a young couple who are both producers and creative directors in advertising, stressed that they wanted the relatively small raw space (800 square feet) to remain as open as possible. An oval “appliance” routes and transforms the services supplied to the space into the functions associated with a home (and disposes of the […]

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Loft Residence, SoHo NYC

Lofts

This 2,400 square foot loft with 13’ – 3” ceilings was designed for a client who is an artist and film director, his wife, and their young children. From early studies on, a decision was made to have the dining room at the center of the loft, reflecting its importance in most Jewish rituals in […]

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Loft Residence, Lower Broadway NYC

Lofts

This 1,450 square foot loft was designed for an attorney with a large Manhattan law firm. The screen-like partitions were developed to do a number of things formally and functionally. Their relatively short height makes the space seem larger and allows it to be read as a whole. The screens that flank the living room […]

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Loft Kitchen, TriBeca NYC

Lofts

In this new kitchen for an architectural photographer, the design connects the open spaces of his loft to the closed spaces, (the bedroom and bathroom). Service elements not normally seen in residential settings but common in lofts, (e.g. electrical conduits and gas lines) are given a formal role in defining the geometry and representing the […]

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Lobby, Prince Street, NYC

Apartments

The Board of Directors of this 38-unit residential building wanted to upgrade the appearance and functionality of their small 500 square foot lobby. With a limited budget, the design had to take advantage of the durable and/or expensive materials in place. As requested by the client group, the new design provides a larger, more functional […]

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