Manhattan Apartment

Located in a 1930s building, this garden-level apartment needed major structural repairs. Its odd layout and challenging features of exposed foundation walls and large structural columns were further complicated by being partially submerged below grade and hemmed in by foundations. This gave the apartment a subterranean feel that only allowed for brief moments of natural daylight. The renovation aimed to introduce more lightness, joy, and purpose into this unremarkable space.

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