Interior Design

335 Warren

Smith Street, which begins at Atlantic Avenue and runs south to Hamilton Avenue, has become the new, trendy area of Brooklyn, recently dubbed by New York Magazine dubbed as “the most innovative, exciting restaurant row” in the city. At the same time, the Boerum Hill section of Atlantic Avenue has become an antique buyers oasis...

14 Fourth Street

Following the concept for the building’s overall design as a bridging element between an underdeveloped street and a bustling cultural center, the interior design for this building accentuates extremes, beginning in the entrance lobby and carrying into each of the nine apartments. Kitchen cabinets are dark brown lacquer, and countertops are caesarstone. Appliances are built-in.. main Offices

The client, owner of a fast-growing real-estate brokerage firm in Brooklyn’s trendy Williamsburg neighborhood, requested an office space that would reflect the young vibe of the projects and clients he represents. With the idea that two minds work better than one, two designers generated layouts simultaneously, producing two different design schemes — one a linear..

Sanctuary Condos

The two attached four-story buildings have been designed to include 13 apartments, and each one utilizes an organic aspect of the church from the beamed ceilings throughout to the arches in the main sanctuary. A rooftop extension was designed to maximize the property’s potential while maintaining a discrete profile from the street. Originally built as..