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New York, New York | Axis Mundi was commissioned to design and supervise the complete rehabilitation of a landmark Greek Revival townhouse from the 1840’s. Located on a charming street in New York’s Greenwich Village, the four floor building (plus sub-basement) was gutted to the original brick...
Greenwich Village TownhouseAxis Mundi
Solid wood bed with integrated night tables. Available in various sizes. Please call USONA for further details.
Professional interior shots by Phillip Ennis Photography, exterior shots provided by Architect's firm.
Port Washington ResidenceNarofsky Architecture + ways2design
New York, New York | In a row of Landmark Neo-Georgian townhouses (designed by the architect Percy Griffin in the 1920’s), Axis Mundi completed an interior renovation for one of the duplex units.
West Side DuplexAxis Mundi
This bioclimatic custom residence on a small lake in Orlando, Florida, brings open, flow through living to its tropical garden site. Three pavilions provide live/work/guest spaces, intertwining architecture with awesome mature live oaks. Dramatic cantilevers provide shade and dynamic movement.
Tropical HomeBARRETT STUDIO architects
The specialty of the guest bedroom is the olive green element which is very pleasing to the eye and helps to create a serene, calm mood. This room has decorations of green digital art, bed covers and assorted cushions in shades of green in various shapes and sizes. All this comes with a custom made...
Misty Haven VillaSavio & Rupa Interior Concepts (Bangalore)
Situated on a challenging sloped lot, an elegant and modern home was achieved with a focus on warm walnut, stainless steel, glass and concrete. Each floor, named Sand, Sea, Surf and Sky, is connected by a floating walnut staircase and an elevator concealed by walnut paneling in the entrance.
New Moon CottageRichard Bubnowski Design LLC