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Andrew Suvalsky Designs
Central Park West, New York City
West, New York City
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Northern Virginia Full Service Kitchen and Bath Remodeler
We are a general contracting firm that specializes in doing high quality work at honest prices, which allows our customers to do more for less or achieve substantial savings from our competition.
Peter Dressel Photography
Broome St Loft Soho New York
Loft Soho New York
photographer New York
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onto a new “wrap-around deck” in the rear yard. Special attention to space, light, and proportion led to raising the ceiling in the living/dining room creating a “great hall” at the center of the house. A new master bedroom suite, with private terrace and sitting room, was added upstairs under a butterfly
house. A new gable over the entry for enhanced street presence. The eclectic mix of materials, forms, and saturated colors give the house a playful modern appeal. Credits: Photos by Mark Costantini Contractor Lewis Fine Buildings
Wolf & Wing Interior Design
Flatiron Loft Renovation
Maryland to New York City, my client wanted a true New York loft-living experience, to honor the history of the Flatiron District but also to make him feel at "home" in his newly adopted city. We replaced all the floors with reclaimed wood, gutted the kitchen and master bathroom and decorated with a mix of
Mid-Century Modern Home
furniture and art collections. Large expanses of glass were added to provide views to the new garden entry. All Photographs: Erik Kvalsvik
This colour block is not dissimilar to our new bedroom colours...could be considered for the mul
Bates Masi Architects LLC
Brod home- Bridgehampton, Long Island, New York Architect Paul Masi
I like how the tub is art and the glass covers the slow and toilet - I assume
Minimalist New World House
Gardner Mohr Architects LLC
including a new kitchen and new bathrooms, several new built-in cabinetry units, and the consolidation of numerous small closets and passageways into more accessible and efficient storage spaces.
Beaux Arts style building with spacious apartments, is said to have been “the finest apartment house to appear in Washington between the two World Wars.” (James M. Goode, Best Addresses, 1988.) As advertised for rent in 1928, the apartments were designed “to incorporate many details that would aid the