Architects Noam Dvir and Daniel Rauchwerger purchased this apartment in an 1865 building in New York in the spring of 2020, in the midst of a pandemic. At that time, four-meter ceilings and large windows were the only advantages of the interiors, and it was in desperate need of renovation. Despite all the Covid limitations, the designers managed to quickly carry out all the work and breathe new life into the apartment. Bright color combinations were chosen for the white walls and oak parquet and also played with geometry. Contemporary pieces look completely new when paired with furniture from the 1950s, while catchy paintings and decor complete the look. A functional home, not devoid of style and personality!
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