In Morningside Heights, a husband-and-wife architect team transformed a 607-square-foot apartment into an open and bright home for two graphic designers.
In Harlem, Briggs Knowles Architecture + Design created a thoroughly modern townhouse that respects the scale and style of its historic neighrbohood. “I’ve never been fond of modernism—I find it cold,” admits resident Adrian Bueno. “But having this house, I have to say, it’s growing on me.”
When two actors purchased their West Village abode, it came with a 180-degree view of the Hudson River—and a frenetic series of odd angles and partitioned-off spaces. Designer Suchi Reddy renovated the interiors, keeping the bank of windows unobstructed while folding in a fleet of modern furnishings and built-ins.
One of the main challenges of this West Village renovation was integrating the interiors with the outdoor areas—a luxury in dense Manhattan. On the parlor floor, a floor-to-ceiling window overlooks the patio
This apartment overlooking the High Line captures views of a constantly changing urban landscape. A pair of Bouquet chairs by Tokujin Yoshioka for Moroso are comfy perches from which to gaze down on the park.