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Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
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Ideabooks365
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Axis Mundi was commissioned to design the interior of a three-bedroom (2200 sq. ft) apartment in Richard Meier’s building at 1 Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. The apartment has spectacular views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines. The understated design of white on white was a decision which was made
wonderful views, as well, create an environment that would be in harmony with the neutrality of the Meier building design. Design Team: John Beckmann, Richard Rosenbloom and Nick Messerlian Photography: Ariandna Bufi
“Bath top” — Shadi Ayyad
Richard Wintersole Architect
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Richard Wintersole Architect
“scale” — TDDP architects
Ehrlich Architects
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Schindler Residence on Ellis Avenue
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“Flat beds” — coco4806
dRichards Interiors
9 Reviews
Exterior
Ideabooks87
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dRichards Interiors
“depth of dimension and mixture of colors” — scla06
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Kitchen
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Questions1
Axis Mundi was commissioned to design the interior of a three-bedroom (2200 sq. ft) apartment in Richard Meier’s building at 1 Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. The apartment has spectacular views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines. The understated design of white on white was a decision which was made
wonderful views, as well, create an environment that would be in harmony with the neutrality of the Meier building design. Design Team: John Beckmann, Richard Rosenbloom and Nick Messerlian Photography: Ariandna Bufi
“Storage on right side!” — deborah1
Axis Mundi
3 Reviews
Dining Room
Ideabooks425
Questions1
Axis Mundi was commissioned to design the interior of a three-bedroom (2200 sq. ft) apartment in Richard Meier’s building at 1 Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn. The apartment has spectacular views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn skylines. The understated design of white on white was a decision which was made
wonderful views, as well, create an environment that would be in harmony with the neutrality of the Meier building design. Design Team: John Beckmann, Richard Rosenbloom and Nick Messerlian Photography: Ariandna Bufi
“Table” — jspadover
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Boca De Canon House
Ideabooks256
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Richard Schultz 1966 Chaise | Richard Schultz
“Cushions” — 80dorothy
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