A cramped, uninviting space on Manhattan’s Upper East Side was given a total overhaul by the New Design Project. Every inch of the 400-square-foot apartment, including the kitchen and bathroom, was updated with a clean, modern aesthetic.
Boris Dramov and Bonnie Fisher, principals of San Francisco-based ROMA Design Group completed a gut renovation for their daughter, Dana Dramov. The 2,500-square-foot live-work space located in Manhattan's Flatiron district boasts a sleek new kitchen, complete with Arclinea cabinets; appliances by Gaggenau, Sub-Zero, and Miele; furniture by Indecasa; granite countertops; and oak floors.
A gut renovation transformed this 1,500-square-foot loft in Boston into a functional live/work space for a photographer. Two large walnut-veneered, steel-framed panels slide on recessed ceiling tracks so the resident can separate his makeshift photo studio from the rest of the home.
Confronted with an historic loft in New York's SoHo district in need of an update, architects Bronwyn Breitner and Luigi Ciaccia executed a gut renovation to introduce more natural light throughout the interior while honoring the original character of the former industrial space.
Mark Fekete and Viviana de Loera, co-founders of interdisciplinary design firm MARK + VIVI, happily took on the challenge of renovating a 1880 row house in a transitioning Montreal neighborhood. The home showcases and celebrates numerous antiques unearthed from the home during demolition.