• 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