Posted on Wed, 1 Jun 2011 by KiM

nemaworkshop is a group of architects and designers based in New York that have created many fabulously modern commercial spaces and a few residential ones. Here are 2 of them:

This first dwelling was originally 2 separate apartments. It has become the NY crash-pad for a rock star located in a landmarked building on Bond Street. The concept was to create an environment which was luxurious in materials yet informal in layout. I think it’s HOT. With some personal touches and quirky artwork this would be the ultimate party palace. (And I’m loving that view – it’s like art in itself!)




The Tribeca loft is drenched in sunlight. The expansive private rooftop terrace bleeds into the apartment and creates a living space where the sky becomes an integral architectural element. A giant skylight illuminates the vertical space washing the apartment in natural light. The environment is clean and modern yet never cold. The timber structure and rustic barn wood generates warmth, as do the bookshelves which articulate the main living spaces.

Emily says:

Love the open spaces and all the books!! And the orange chair!! Fun!

homestilo says:

The architectural details are spectacular, that first space with the columns is particularly stunning.

Kimma says:

They're both nice designs, but definitely come across as a "crash pad" and not a home. Very stark and lacking in any personality.

No.2 does it for me.
My heart rate slowed to a bop-bop-bop just drooling over these pics.
And that extra tall lamps for those extra tall ceilings .. perfecto!!!

the last image is quite stunning.
– agata.

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