101 E 2nd Street, New York, NY

Interior design of a 7-story condominium with 22 apartments located in the East Village. The high ceilings of the lobby house an aluminum mesh detail that continues roughly half-way down the walls with the rest being finished with natural wood panels complimented by a large and lush green wall. As you continue past the main entrance and into the elevator lobby, the walls transition from natural wood panels to natural concrete tiles. LED details fill the seams of the tiles to create linear lighting effects highlighting the high ceilings. At the residential hallways, large wood panels line one side of the walls with the opposite using colder elements exuded from differing tile selections. The wall holding the wood panels have a similar linear detail to the walls of the elevator lobby at the entrance level, but instead of using LEDs, thin black aluminum members fill the seams of the wood panels. A large courtyard space is provided as well with a portion being semi indoor/outdoor. Floors are paved in light and dark contrasting finishes with wood slats detailing the walls, ceilings and fences. Within the residential units, kitchens are finished in a clean white aesthetic with wood details introducing warmer and more natural elements. Bathrooms were curated in a more chic manner by using large white marble tiles throughout the room contrasting from the black subway tiles lining the vanity wall.

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