20 Bond New York Metropolis House by Dwelling Studios | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

 

Dwelling Studios have undertaken their first architectural and inside residential mission – a 185 sq. metre condo in a landmark constructing in New York Metropolis’s NoHo neighbourhood. Recognized for his or her singular and archetypal strategy to hospitality design, it’s no shock their first foray into residential renovations is a devotion to surprising particulars.

Based in 2009 by former guide editor Oliver Haselgrave, the studio encompasses individuals from backgrounds in structure, interiors, customized fabrication, and high quality artwork. With this distinctive perspective on design, the group conceived ten new site-specific furnishings and lighting items collaborating with native long-term fabrication companions in NYC, together with an attention-grabbing copper hood and swing pendant within the kitchen and eating house.

To transform and maximise the open ground plan, Dwelling Studio gut-renovated the complete condo conserving solely a portion of the unique maple flooring. The result’s a cohesive and exquisite three bed room, two lavatory residing house appropriate for a younger household.

 

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

 

Playful curves and arched contours are seen all through the inside. The rounded and raised roof, curved partitions, rounded corners and bowed glass window within the visitor lavatory are all harking back to Alvar Aalto’s types – a giant inspiration for the design group.

Thought-about use of color is a defining characteristic of all Dwelling Studios designs. At 20 Bond St, Farrow and Ball’s signature color “pointing” covers the partitions. The kitchen cupboards pop towards the blue-grey “pigeon” color, referencing Parisian courtyard doorways. Vibrant and ethereal, oak and copper detailing delineate the areas.

Pure stones add depth to the calm and impartial palette – an alcove made out of Santa Caterina travertine sits on the finish of the hallway adorned with a James Hawksworth {photograph}, the creamy hue matching the maple floorboards. In the meantime, the deep gray veins of the grasp lavatory’s customized self-importance in honed Arabescato Classico marble praise the ashy gray flooring and black fixtures.

 

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

Home Studios, 20 Bond New York City Apartment, Photo Brian Ferry | Yellowtrace

 

Dwelling Studios’ appreciation for craftsmanship might be felt of their considerate furnishings sourcing. Playful items like Sabine Marcelis’ Sweet Dice and Atelier de Troupe’s Jia chair might be discovered alongside Niels Otto Møller’s basic classic mannequin 80 eating chairs. This balancing of items from modern and historic designers with their very own customized items ties the house collectively.

Overwhelmingly the house feels comfy and sensible. From the Howard couch by Egg Collective and beneficiant Column Desk by Fort Normal within the residing areas, to the soaking tub and tiled sitting nook consolation was by no means compromised for fashion.

Of their first residential mission, Dwelling Studios defy conference to create an condo that’s future-proofed for the trendy household. This mission honours form-meet-function strategy by shocking and chic particulars.

 

 

 


[Images courtesy of Home Studios. Photography by Brian Ferry.]

 



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