The unfinished steel tube railing, perforated steel panels and stained lumber stair create simple enclosure and a rich textural composition; overlapping shadows create unique, changing patterns.
This toilet/powder room uses a large, translucent insulated window for soft, colorful changing reflections through the day; it is a casement unit which swings inside for cleaning.
A suspended, adjustable wall mirror uses bronze mirror glass to provides changing perspectives and daylight reflections for kitchen prep and dining, it is similar as found in a nearby neighborhood restaurant.
This separate pantry space provides generous organization and simple, quick selection.
This bath's colorful tile was selected by the kids at the tile showroom; an operable casement window provides borrowed daylight and fresh air directly.
Recessed stainless shelving stores a generous quantity of shampoos, soaps, towels, morning coffee, sunlight and is protected from the showerheads' rainfalls.
A variety of finish textures, refinished original subfloor, recessed fixtures, and simple cabinetry are used in this renovated bath on the front wall of this Brooklyn Rowhouse.
A full width glass awning (with an insulated, thermally broken glazing detail) and a separate, adjacent operable skylight provide changing daylight and ventilation for this parlor floor corner toilet.
A concealed color changing LED fixture in the skylight port provides a variable ceiling composition at night.
A low recessed step light provides subtle evening illumination at both faces of the sliding resin panels of this bedroom.
Flat cold rolled steel panels are recessed at an existing floor where previous partitions were removed in this renovated Townhouse' 2nd floor.
A large "windoor" (window/door) provides abundant ventilation and entrance to a private deck and plants for morning coffee; as well as simple access for skylight cleaning.
Rough late 1800's floor joists and new steel panels which have acquired the "blued" finish of fabrication contrast the sleek, organic fiberglass and comfortable seating.
Intersecting elements and textures guide the ceiling composition through the bedroom space to the end wall and daylight and nature.
An additional swinging panel at the recessed cabinet provides a clearer picture for the morning's preparations.
The bath's skylight compliments the feeling of passing time created by the classic marble installed with modern proportions and tinted glass.
Hockey goal netting has been repurposed below the stair stringers to provide peace of mind regarding young children learning to walk, and remaining open for a visual lightness.
Multiple coatings allow the brick to be waterproof in this Townhouse shower area, as well as stainless steel and coated steel fixtures throughout
Autumn leaves collect on a combination interior skylight/exterior awning to provide seasonal references.
Meticulous painting of the steel components highlight the treads' and platforms' finish
A simple reading/seating "cranny" is enlived by cooking and art book covers; breezes enter from the operable skylight above.
Late night snacking is kept focused with minimal lighting.
A beautiful, practical porcelain tile supplied by Porcelanosa is used consistently through-out in this modest Townhouse renovation at baths and kitchen walls, floors, counter splashes
A simple weathering gray cedar wood canopy provides a sense of familar enclosure at a Condominium's new roof deck; the triangular geometry gently accommodates the modest scale.