25th Street Residence

DESCRIPTION

Located in a former Sewing Factory at 107 West 25th Street, this apartment required a complete renovation of the common spaces, bathrooms, and children's rooms. The existing kitchen was removed, and a new kitchen was designed to define a unique spatial relationship between dining, kitchen, and living for this family of 4. A new bathroom was added, creating a Master Suite, with a custom walnut vanity and soapstone tile. Open in plan, but still distinct, the kitchen and dining areas overlap with the living room, creating a dynamic gathering place.  The children's rooms were reorganized to create room to play, with bunk beds located in a former closet.  A custom armoire and desk for two provide much needed storage. Millwork is made from Cherry plywood. The material is celebrated by expressing the plywood edge. Rebecca Atwood screenprinted bunk bed curtains to give some privacy. A geometric rug by Linie Designs, table lamp by Ilse Crawford, a pair of Modernist Bentwood Adam Stegner kids chairs from Kinder Modern and olive wall sconces by Jielde, add a playful touch. The bathroom is a simple, yet rigorous room of tile with minimal wood details.

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25th Street Residence

Located in a former Sewing Factory at 107 West 25th Street, this apartment required a complete renovation of the common spaces, bathrooms, and children's rooms. The existing kitchen was removed, and a new kitchen was designed to define a unique spatial relationship between dining, kitchen, and living for this family of 4. A new bathroom was added, creating a Master Suite, with a custom walnut vanity and soapstone tile. Open in plan, but still distinct, the kitchen and dining areas overlap with the living room, creating a dynamic gathering place.  The children's rooms were reorganized to create room to play, with bunk beds located in a former closet.  A custom armoire and desk for two provide much needed storage. Millwork is made from Cherry plywood. The material is celebrated by expressing the plywood edge. Rebecca Atwood screenprinted bunk bed curtains to give some privacy. A geometric rug by Linie Designs, table lamp by Ilse Crawford, a pair of Modernist Bentwood Adam Stegner kids chairs from Kinder Modern and olive wall sconces by Jielde, add a playful touch. The bathroom is a simple, yet rigorous room of tile with minimal wood details.