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FISHER HART
6 Reviews
Color splash apartment
Ideabooks188
Questions0
Color splash apartment
great for small apartment
Style of chair, table design
“Kitchen colours” — mrs_d_c
Prassas Landscape Studio LLC
6 Reviews
River North Roof Terrace
Ideabooks3,147
Questions5
Good ideas for an apartment downtown
Lovely apartment garden
brick circle design
“fire pit” — ctw1424
tomas horalik atelier
1 Review
Atypical furniture in a loft apartment
Ideabooks98
Questions0
Atypical furniture in a loft apartment
photo: Radek Bruneck√Ĺ The bookcase is built in a wooden framework of a loft apartment. It divides living room from kitchen, while still keeping visual connection. Orthogonal system of openings of two formats offers place for books and solitary objects as well.
Cozy design for basement. Nice bright sunshine is a must.
“ceiling in basement” — bebeq4
JENDRETZKI LLC
Duplex Apartment Combination
Ideabooks24
Questions1
This West Village is the combination of 2 apartments into a larger one, which takes advantage of the stunning double height spaces, extremely unusual in NYC. While keeping the pre-war flair the residence maintains a minimal and contemporary design.
Duplex Apartment Combination
“Marble” — mca27
Chris Snook
Strata Tower
Ideabooks82
Questions0
Newly designed flat. The highest flat currently in London
contemporary apartment
Penthouse Apartment
“chairs” — Sivu Shongwe
Goldfish-Interiors
1 Review
Monochromatic apartment in Bratislava
Ideabooks2,055
Questions5
Great design! I'm glad to find it. Could you, please, advice, who is the manufacturer of this wall system? Thank you!
Monochromatic apartment in Bratislava
“a” — kaidass
Mahogany Builders
1 Review
Modern Apartment Kitchen
Ideabooks971
Questions2
perfect for an apartment, exactly the style Im looking for.
Modern Apartment Kitchen
“Grey, white steel and red kitchen” — Nadine Desanti
nC2 architecture llc
8 Reviews
Tribeca Loft
Ideabooks1,166
Questions2
Renovation and reconfiguration of a 4500 sf loft in Tribeca. The main goal of the project was to better adapt the apartment to the needs of a growing family, including adding a bedroom to the children's wing and reconfiguring the kitchen to function as the center of family life. One of the main challenges
challenges was to keep the project on a very tight budget without compromising the high-end quality of the apartment. Project team: Richard Goodstein, Emil Harasim, Angie Hunsaker, Michael Hanson Contractor: Moulin & Associates, New York Photos: Tom Sibley
How it can work with handless design
“Banquette” — vintageliz
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