All posts with tag:New York

The interiors of this apartment in New York began to play in a new way thanks to the addition of interesting furniture and non-trivial color accents. The main room is divided into several zones at once: sofas, a workplace, a dining room, a bookcase, a table with a composition of paintings and a bright screen…

Sophisticated shades of pink and green merged into a magnificent atmospheric combination in this 19th-century Brooklyn townhouse. The owners, young architects carefully restored all the original architectural details of the interiors, including a gorgeous fireplace, door portals, stucco molding. The space turned out to be both traditional and modern, as if timeless, but at the…

Just look at the unique furniture in the design of this modern apartment in the heart of Manhattan – most of the interior pieces are one of a kind or custom-made. Despite the lack of bright colors, the design can be safely called eclectic: the black floor in the living room, the cosmic ceiling in…

Christian Torres, a young and very talented photographer from Brooklyn, has been shooting interiors for only a few years but has already managed to loudly declare himself with publications in several famous design magazines. Christian travels a lot, loves life and constantly smiles – that is probably why his works are so bright and lively,…

In this modern apartment in one of New York’s high-rise buildings, the main design element is the space itself. Designer Megan Grehl did not clutter and overload the rooms with 6-meter high ceilings and glass walls with lots of objects, but rather did everything to ensure that natural light spreads freely around the home. Minimalism…

Loft spaces have long ceased to be exclusively rude and purely male housing; recently, women have often given preference to this type of properties. The design of this spacious loft in the heart of Manhattan turned out to be very soft and even a little delicate – you immediately feel that a woman is in…

The renovations of this wonderful townhouse in Brooklyn ended last summer. The space used to be dull outdated, so it was necessary to adapt the home for a modern family. The designer did not give up classic forms, stucco moldings and a fireplace on the first floor, but only complemented them with more stylish and…

The works by New York-based studio Frederick Tang Architecture are very diverse both in content and function: in their portfolio, you can find both living spaces and commercial interiors, such as libraries, offices, art galleries and restaurants. The company also does not follow a single style in design but rather tries to build on each…