New York, NY
This apartment in a Manhattan high-rise is divided into three sequential zones for living. Each one– lounge, study and private chambers– frames a soaring view of the Manhattan cityscape. Within each zone, a subtle articulation of surfaces further defines the space and reduces the need for additional partitions, also creating a material dialogue throughout the whole apartment. A neutral palette varies subtly in color, texture, and reflectivity. Light grey Venetian plaster walls are punctuated by slabs of Calacatta marble and black-stained sycamore wood doors. Built-in pockets for display and geometric cove lighting add further depth to the minimal space.