Project Description

Manhattan Triplex

This renovation combines what were three separate apartments in a pre-war building into a single contemporary triplex. Refined details and a restrained color palette throughout create a coherent whole, while concealed light fixtures and the absence of hardware lend the space its minimalist character. Elements, such as the wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets that traverse the living room and kitchen, unify the residence while respecting the independent character of each room.

The original project for a duplex was completed in 2002. In 2008, the client purchased the apartment above the existing duplex, which was transformed into a guest suite and workspace.

Manhattan Triplex

This renovation combines what were three separate apartments in a pre-war building into a single contemporary triplex. Refined details and a restrained color palette throughout create a coherent whole, while concealed light fixtures and the absence of hardware lend the space its minimalist character. Elements, such as the wall of floor-to-ceiling cabinets that traverse the living room and kitchen, unify the residence while respecting the independent character of each room.

The original project for a duplex was completed in 2002. In 2008, the client purchased the apartment above the existing duplex, which was transformed into a guest suite and workspace.