Clean lines, light colors, and soft patterns make the interior of this brownstone feel like an open loft. Colorful furnishings and dark accents in metal, stone, and wood compliment the soft color palette. Natural light floods the whole house through skylights and full-width glass doors. (With RAAD Studio)
This master bath was designed as a relaxing retreat from the city. The heavy stone, monochromatic color palette, and teak accents recreate the experience of the bathhouse within the home.
This staircase, part of a larger project, connects 4 stories. It also creates a visual connection through an 8" gap between railings. The result is a hyperextension of the height of the spaces, and the awareness of the spaces above and below. Blackened steel wraps each stair opening and stringers, creating a continuous ribbon from top to bottom. Clean and simple detailing expresses the quality of the steel. (With RAAD Studio)
This residential lobby in New Jersey is the public space of a 400-apartment residential complex, home to young families and tech professionals. The space serves as a work space for the residents with amenities such as a business center and coffee shop.
The proposal for this project aims to reconnect the new building with its historic context. Steel, masonry, and wood that once were used to house manufacturing spaces are reinterpreted to create a modern environment that fosters the exchange of creative ideas. (With RAAD Studio)
The clients for this kids bath wanted something fun and modern for their two young children. Colorful cement tile provides the fun, while the stacked subway tile, shadow reveal, millwork, and accessories provide the modern. The jute rope protects from the hot steam pipe, and the 180-degree swiveling glass allows for steamy showers but also for comfortably bathing the young ones.
The cement tile in this mudroom serves as a backdrop for the open shelving. Wet jackets, umbrellas, and hats can be hung on the tiled wall.
This bathroom is part of a larger update to a pre-war apartment. The clients wanted a classic yet modern bathroom. The modern fixtures and accessories, the solid surface counter, and custom millwork complement the elegant marble tiles. A clerestory window pulls in natural light from the adjacent study.
Teak Master Bath
A full teak floor offers a slip-free surface that feels great to the touch. The teak folds up to enclose the shower. Floor to ceiling textured porcelain tile and recessed lighting create a clean and modern bathroom. The custom solid-surface double sink and floating vanity complement the finishes with clean lines.
The mosaic and cement tile provide a fun contrast to the classic subway tile. Accessories and detailing, such as a flush strip floor transition and shadow reveals, add a modern finish.
Part of a guest suite, this bathroom is a retreat from daily life. Soft colors and simple patterns in white and gray create a calm background for a relaxing bath. A teak ceiling, bench, and custom millwork contribute warm accents. The steam generator is concealed from view, a Sonos integrated speaker can be controlled from the shower, and heated floors provide extra comfort.
This rooftop bar was designed as an amenity to a boutique hotel in Brooklyn. The teak floors are an extension of the pool deck, and the finishes, furnishings, and accessories evoke a seaside town bar. (With RAAD Studio)