Bohemian Chic Townhouse


New York, NY

A collaboration with the founder of clothing company J. McLaughlin, this townhouse renovation was designed closely with the owners to capture their strong signature style.

The townhouse shares the historic Jones Wood Garden. Each room is an eclectic, bohemian collection of interesting antiques, modern and traditional inspired by the owners’ interest in anything… interesting. All six floors of this 1900’s townhouse were renovated over two phases.

Fifth Avenue


New York, NY

Having grown up in this very large Fifth Avenue apartment, the owner’s goal was to refashion the apartment into a much more modern layout. The original plan, largely untouched since the 1940’s building was first built, had a service corridor that ran the length of the apartment, and numerous maids’ rooms. The new plan includes an oval foyer, a mahogany library opening to the living room, and a large dining room built to accommodate business functions as well as family events. The décor strives for understated elegance, using a mix of family antiques, mid-century French furniture, and custom made pieces.

Park Avenue


New York, NY

To better suit the lifestyle of our clients, a cramped four-bedroom Park Avenue apartment was liberated by combining several small bedrooms into a gracious master suite, complete with his and hers walk-in closets and bathrooms. The plan radiates around a central gallery space, with living spaces open to each other but screened with carefully placed walls, columns, and concealed door openings.

Formal Living Room in Renovated Park Avenue Apartment | Rodman Paul Architects
Park Avenue Apartment Formal Living Room After Renovation | Rodman Paul Architects
Park Avenue Apartment Library After Renovation | Rodman Paul Architects
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Floor detail in Chelsea, NYC townhome | Rodman Paul Architects