Looking planning solutions for tight spaces? Development of a small apartment with a modest surface is always a challenge for anyone. The experience and professionalism of designers, but also the original concept, creativity and imagination put their stamp on the work done over time. Economy, functionality and privacy describe perfectly this project. Jordan Parnass Digital Architecture (JPDA) find a great solution to transform a sixth floor small home office studio from East Village neighbourhood in New York into an area both functional and aesthetically attractive. This brilliant design provides a very relaxing, comfortable and welcoming atmosphere. They create important links between elements that influence each other and put them in value. Every inch of space has been efficiently exploited, so the space is open and airy.
It displays interesting features that range from the floor plan and sculpted-wooden volume that contrasts very well with beautiful minimalist furniture. The wooden volume separates the apartment into various zones: kitchen, bathroom, work space and sleeping loft. We like the simple, yet very practical built-in workspace to hide and organize the clutter, as well as the contemporary custom lofted bed and the stair risers that reveal hidden drawers detail. Both white painted walls and natural light visually enlarge the space and provide a pleasant light impression.
Design Team: Jordan Parnass, Darrick Borowski, Danny Orenstein, Sean Karns
Photography: Frank Oudeman, Sean Karns