An Architectural Neat Freak

The owner of a sprawling apartment in the West Village needed a gut renovation that would create defined spaces within an unruly floor plan and eliminate clutter of any kind. The design’s clear geometry and bold graphic accents transformed the space into a stylish set of squares and rectangles with plenty of storage and just enough personality. A deep blue foyer dramatically joins the public and private spaces.

  • Status: Built 2010
  • Location: New York, NY
  • Client: Confidential
  • Size: 2,500 SF
  • Scope: SD-CA
  • Team: Matthias Hollwich, AIA Marc Kushner, AIA Robert May, Marc Perrotta, Keith Greenwald
  • Photographer: Michael Moran