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Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Greenwich Village Townhouse
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 building
building envelope. All new mechanical, plumbing and electrical systems were installed, and the garden was redesigned. Axis Mundi was responsible for the complete architectural, interior design and decorating of this home. The goal of the project was to respect the charms and scale of the original historical
“wall” — tahome
Carolyn Rebuffel Designs
10 Reviews
New York Apartment
New York Apartment
New York...For New Entrance
“table” — Ms Lala
Kathryn Scott Design Studio Ltd
5 Reviews
Upstate New York Residence
Upstate New York Residence
“The plain door” — janedou53
Award Winning Northern Virginia Custom Cabinetry
Custom cabinetry, built-ins, home entertainment centers, custom closets, wine rooms/storage, home offices, libraries, and bars.
John B. Murray Architect
New Apartment on Fifth Avenue
Gallery - New Apartment on Fifth Avenue - John B. Murray Architect - Interior Design by Stephen Sills - Photography by Durston Saylor
New Apartment on Fifth Avenue
“Lobby” — aminehnakhbaf
christopher jeffrey architects pllc
Bank Barn Renovation
built in 1862, is set into a gentle slope with an entry court and koi pond providing a new foreground to the house. The existing two story wood frame space, that once contained bails of hay, is enclosed to become the new entry, gallery and dining room. A large opening in the south facing stone wall connects
stone walls, and new interior volumes delineating public and private spaces were inserted. The chestnut timber frame displays the markings of the original framers who shaped the beams by hand hewing them. The deliberate choice to reuse the existing structure and integrate the new architecture into
What about this beam system for the new kitchen?
into the old makes this story rewarding and interesting. The narrative of old and new intertwining enriches both. Note how the stone here differs from that in the previous example, not only in color and form but in the mortar joints. Each tells a story about the individuals and the local building climate
“Fence” — jbdaws
Eisner Design LLC
8 Reviews
Westchester, NY
new study on s/c
“Wood paneling” — awilliams365
David Howell Design
1 Review
Upper Eastside Townhouse
New use for chalkboard paint
“All white with one black wall?” — pamelapetrus
SemelSnow Interior Design, Inc.
The bench is from Notus, Inc. They're located in New York.
New addition hallway
“Bench seating in hallway” — Wendy Baker
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