New York, NY
This apartment in a Manhattan high-rise divides the space into three sequentially arranged zones for living. Each of the zones — lounge, study, and private chambers — are meant to frame and capitalize on their soaring views of the Manhattan cityscape. Within each zone, a subtle articulation of surfaces further defines the space and reduces the need for additional partitions while also creating material dialogs. The neutral palette throughout varies subtly in color, texture, and reflectivity. Light gray Venetian plaster walls are punctured with slabs of Calacatta marble and interrupted by black-stained sycamore doors. Built-in pockets of display and geometric cove lighting add depth and complexity to the minimal space.