This apartment in Neil Denari's HL23 building in New York City features colorful accents and stunning views of the High Line. The kitchen features an Artematica Vitrum glass system from Valcucine, artwork by Craig Kucia, and banquette cushion fabrics by Hella Jongerius for Maharam.
The dark, top floor-unit of an old Bucharest apartment building was renovated by architect Andreas Heierle. By opening up the floor plan with big windows and a multi-purpose kitchen island, he brought a comfortable spaciousness to the 645-square-foot dwelling.
Inside Out Architecture renovated an apartment in the Clerkenwell section of central London, removing interior walls to create an open, loft-like living space.
Ed Kopel, a Manhattan-based architect, tackled this gut renovation of a Brooklyn Heights apartment for a lawyer. Kopel reconfigured the apartment from a cramped three-bedroom space into a more open and inviting space with just two bedrooms.
The architects at R3Architetti stripped down this apartment in Turin, Italy, utilizing recovered pipes, industrial light fixtures, and naked concrete walls to create an "indoor landscape" that would be durable despite the limited budget.