CHELSEA Fosters and Partners recently completed a Chelsea apartment tower and we were asked by the client to collaborate with the interior designer Ryan Korban to refine and transform the interior surfaces and built-ins, crafting an intensely rich space.

DAVIDOVICH BAGEL Two years after designing the first Davidovich Bagel Shop in Essex Market, we had the opportunity to rebrand the bakery and create their second shop, now in Chelsea Market.

A showroom is in deference to the clothing and accessories it is displaying. A vanilla box won’t do, it must have attitude expressing with geometries, colors, and materials a personality. Mirror polished stainless steel, boxes levitating on light, and inviting suede surfaces, gives it its identity.

MADISON SQUARE PARK The two thousand, five hundred square foot apartment needed a major redesign of the kitchen and bath, as well as, major updating of colors and materials throughout. The existing materials consisted of tan stone and colored glass tile.

ALTUZARRA SHOWROOM & OFFICE The Altuzarra showroom is a monochromatic environment of a bone color that hovers between gray and flesh tones. This custom color wraps walls, floors, and furniture, emulating both the subversive and fiercely feminine nature of the Altuzarra brand.

UPPER EAST SIDE Originally, this building was developed as a rental and when the owners purchased it as a condominium they asked us to reconcile much of the quirky geometry and update the fixtures and surfaces in the bathrooms. The result is a sleek, simple space that increased the openness of the plan and enlarged the working square footage in the main bathroom by removing a tub to expand the walk-in shower.