Attn Attn Show Their Unique Aesthetic At A NYC Contemporary Home ⇒ The renowned New York-based design studio Attn Attn revealed an incredible design project where they showcase their unique aesthetic at a New York City contemporary home. The space is immersed in a richness of styles and a unique contrast of dark colours against a light-toned marble. The 800-square-foot residence in the Lenox Hill area of Manhattan’s Upper East Side was overhauled for a graphic designer, who wanted maximum impact on a limited budget.
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A functional and minimal design was introduced in the kitchen and dining area. Both parts were merged, saving space and giving birth to a new concept of a dining table.
Attn Attn ripped everything the previous owner has left behind out and begun again from scratch. The spaces in the pre-war apartment were reorganized, and a statement threshold was instead used to separate functions in the living space.
This dark wood element forms an arch between the kitchen and the lounge and also integrates storage cupboards. The same wood is used for cabinetry in the cooking area, where units surround a recessed counter and shelves of veiny marble.
This stone provides an accent material throughout the apartment. It forms a kitchen island, from which a dining table extends at an angle, and surrounds the tub and shower from floor to ceiling in the bathroom. Walls containing windows are coloured white, while the navy paintwork is matched with the dining chair upholstery.
It perfectly contrasts with the dark colours, mainly in the bathroom, creating a modern room design atmosphere with clean accents. Besides the contrast of colours, a mix of textures and styles were chosen and carefully manipulated to delineate spaces while simultaneously trying to gather appropriate functionality.
New York City’s notoriously small apartments often require creative solutions to maximize space. In this case, Attn Attn studio has created a well-balanced design that perfectly matches this modern house.
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