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Turett Collaborative Architects renovated a as soon as 4-story, multi-unit townhouse right into a single household residence with 5 flooring. At solely 18 ft broad, the design was a problem as utilizing each sq. inch is essential in New York City residences. With its location being near the artwork galleries and the Highline park, they needed to give attention to creating an area that may work for potential artwork collectors.
At the again of the townhouse, a two-story extension was added with a 20 foot tall wall of glass which provides full entry views to the rear backyard from each ranges. It additionally fills the inside with mild. The again patio makes the kitchen and consuming space really feel much more open by visually persevering with the area to the outside.
The floor flooring area encompasses a partially double peak ceiling making the area really feel greater. The white partitions make the right areas to hold artwork.
The eating room is enclosed in glass serving to it to really feel open and filled with daylight.
The skinny stairs seem to take up little or no area and are solely partitioned with glass panels which separate them from the hallway.
Photos by Evan Joseph and Travis Dubreuil.