DHD Architects+ Interior Design is a client-favorite New York based firm that specializes in residential, commercial and hospitality architectural and interior works. Their committing services like site developments and interior design make them a sought-after name in the industry. Having expertise in creating a confluence of modernity and classism, each of their work reflects a unique-individual style. Headed by David Howell, DHD team works towards providing bold, imaginative yet ecological solutions thorough their projects.
1. Water Mill House, NYC
Completed in 2016, this property is the definition of ‘built flowing into unbuilt’. The Classic Hampton House was incorporated with latest interiors in an open-plan style renovation project. With floor-to-ceiling glassed fenestrations removing the visual barriers to landscaped outdoor pool space, The Water Mill house is a fusion of old and new.
2. ONE57 Residence, NYC
The primary attraction at this ‘epitome of luxury’ residence are the full-height windows offering views of the magnificent Manhattan Skyline. Each room, be it the Living adorned in blue, or dining under the sculpted ceiling, bedrooms or even the sleek bathrooms- all are characterized by the views offered in them. The marble flooring, stylish lighting, personalized kitchen appliances and high-quality finishes prove why DHD is a client favored firm.
3. Granercy Loft, NYC
This ground-up commercial design is a perfect visualization of the firm’s design philosophy and approach. The neutral-toned interiors create calmness in the living space; contrasting to the noisy street outside. Even though the building blends in seamlessly with it’s neighboring façades, it’s up-to-date indoors are a stand-out feature.
4. Framestore, Los Angeles
An unused, industrial building was converted into the commercial Framstore outlet as a refurbishment project in 2013. Collaborating with local Architects, DHD provided the interior design solutions. Adding pops of yellow highlights and reuse of existing materials along with creating rooftop spaces was the design approach adopted.
5. Media Storm, NYC
Office of Media Storm includes open-studio spaces, casual zones and relaxed working spaces to remove strict ‘working environment’ of typical offices. The famous ‘Collection Wall’, roped-ceilings, vintage and reclaimed furniture are the user favorite. Green principles and eco-friendly finishes have been incorporated in the workspace.