New York, NY

A young family purchased an untouched Upper West Side apartment and wanted a more modern and up-to-date feel. While some buildings might oppose sweeping plan changes, this building had no objection to a new and loft-like interior. The new kitchen, dining room, living room and study areas were all opened to each other, with service areas re-planned and modernized. Original multi-pane windows were replaced to provide panoramic views of the Hudson River and new wood floors were installed throughout the apartment to unify the spaces.

Living room in Upper West Side apartment | Rodman Paul Architects