DB04
New York City

DB04

New York City
For a client’s pied-à-terre in Lower Manhattan, we completely gutted and reimagined the apartment to resolve an ill-conceived floor plan and create spaces that resonate with both simplicity and sophistication. In the open living room, dining area, and kitchen, long floor boards of Douglas fir are laid on a six-degree angle, tweaking the static rectitude of a typical orthogonal installation. A custom angled sectional sofa, set atop a freeform area rug, defines the space of the living room as an intimate island within the larger expanse of the main social area. All these moves are calculated to bring energy and clarity to the newly elevated interiors.