An expanding family prompted the renovation of this 4,000-square-foot, three-bedroom TriBeCa condominium. The primary objectives were to renovate and better define the kitchen, improve the flow between the kitchen, living, and dining rooms, and refine the entry. In addition, a powder room was expanded into a full bath.
The scope of work also included interior design, rooted in a mid-century Regency aesthetic with distinct Asian influences and a bold color palette. Pre-existing arches were preserved, and built-in shelving was added to bring down the scale of the bedroom and establish a level of intimacy. It was important that the children’s quarters both maximize layout and provide kid-friendly, built-in storage.