Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB (26 pics)




Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Prolific design team at the   StudioLAB   designed this stunning contemporary ap

Prolific design team at the  StudioLAB designed this stunning contemporary apartment located in New York City , United States, in 2017. The lavish three bedroom apartment is the prime example of luxury living in New York city. The architects shape the space for a family of five. 

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Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Take A Tour of The Hudson River Park Apartment by StudioLAB

Across from Hudson River Park, the Classic 7 pre-war apartment had not renovated in over 50 years. T

Across from Hudson River Park, the Classic 7 pre-war apartment had not renovated in over 50 years. The new owners, a young family with two kids, desired to open up the existing closed in spaces while keeping some of the original, classic pre-war details. Dark, dimly-lit corridors and clustered rooms that were a detriment to the brilliant natural light and expansive views the existing apartment inherently possessed, were demolished to create a new open plan for a more functional style of living. Custom charcoal stained white oak herringbone floors were laid throughout the space. The dark blue lacquered kitchen cabinets provide a sharp contrast to the otherwise neutral colored space. A wall unit in the same blue lacquer floats on the wall in the Den.




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