Project Description

Greenwich Village Duplex

New York, NY

1990

For the renovation of this duplex in Greenwich Village, 1100 Architect transformed a former artist’s studio into an open living space. Wooden wall paneling unifies the apartment and helps to mediate between the disparate scales of the rooms. Storage is discreetly incorporated into the paneling, keeping the space free of distraction. For the dining room, which has a lower ceiling than the adjacent living room, 1100 Architect designed a shallow dome that eases the transition between ceiling heights and creates the sense of a distinct and intimate room within the open space.

 

Publications

Wedekind, Beate. New York Interiors. Cologne: Taschen GmbH, 2005.

PHOTOGRAPHY © MICHAEL MORAN

 

Greenwich Village Duplex

New York, NY

1990

For the renovation of this duplex in Greenwich Village, 1100 Architect transformed a former artist’s studio into an open living space. Wooden wall paneling unifies the apartment and helps to mediate between the disparate scales of the rooms. Storage is discreetly incorporated into the paneling, keeping the space free of distraction. For the dining room, which has a lower ceiling than the adjacent living room, 1100 Architect designed a shallow dome that eases the transition between ceiling heights and creates the sense of a distinct and intimate room within the open space.

Publications

Wedekind, Beate. New York Interiors. Cologne: Taschen GmbH, 2005.

PHOTOGRAPHY © MICHAEL MORAN