11. Montgomery Place Townhouse, NYC
The project catered to the renovation of a late 1890s townhouse in order to provide a refreshing revamp. Care was also taken to merge the new design with existing historical elements to create a warm aesthetic. Mild colored interior works were featured against the red-brick façade. A private deck in the backyard clearly marks the confluence of old and new.
12. Broome Street Loft, NYC
Another example of mixing history with modernization, The Broome Street Loft renovation also asked for change in plans and addition of a brand-new, sleek staircase. Existing tin ceilings, Corinthian columns and brick walls were retained and integrated as accent and focal points.
13. Bleeker Street Loft, NYC
Defined by it’s minimalist look and extensive use of marble, the Bleeker Street Loft has opposing inner and outer elevations. Apart from introducing modernized techniques, the existing floor-to-ceiling arch windows were merged into the design.With every surface decorated in white color, this modern abode was done as a renovation project for the client.
14. Crosby Street Lost, NYC
The Loft is packed with creative design ideas ranging from the exposed brick walls and archways, to smart home systems and a private glass lounge in the living space. The Corinthian Columns present throughout the loft create a harmony of conventional and contemporary. Warm-toned palette has been used in the interior designing throughout, which an overall joyful mood.
15. SKI House, UTAH
This project is currently under construction and is being built as a holiday home for a couple. The primary design focus has been around the strength and durability of the structure so as to withstand the lateral forces and snow loads of the site. Use of reinforced, poured-in-place concrete in roofing systems, walls and flooring systems has been suggested. Sitting amidst the snow-capped landscaped, the house includes an ultra-modern fireplace to warm in the spaces.