A collaboration of two designers: the apartment is a tribute to a shared passion of clarity and curiosity.The 1800 square feet space claims the corner of Henry and Rutgers Street in New York’s Chinatown, its 14 windows looking directly onto the gray stone façade of St. Theresa’s church.
The generous living and dining space, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and the large galley kitchen are well appointed within the space, comfortably settled in acres of brick walls and windows. The furnishings reside here with ease, the feeling is of a convivial informal elegance.
The rhythm of windows is liberally appreciated from the kitchen. Custom solid white oak breakfast bar is placed directly opposite the working kitchen and against the windows facing the gray stone façade of the church across Henry Street.