CONCAVE/CONVEX APARTMENT (1990)
A 2400 s.f.apartment for a two art collectors (New York, NY)
A lacewood gallery runs along the circumference of an implied circle (in plan) which extends beyond the limits of the apartment to the adjacent Whitney Museum
The serving spaces are situated on the concavity. The private family spaces are situated in the convex spaces beyond the gallery and are linked by a continuous path along the edge of the southern window wall and 4 thematic V'Soske wool rugs (designed by the architect).
Each of these spaces are attended by specific cabinetry of ebonized oak and red slate which are recessed into the back side of the gallery.
| wood: white oak (clear and ebonized)|
| stone: red slate|
| metal: stainless steel, copper|
| glass: diamond wire|