This project was a top to bottom re-envisioning of an Upper West Side townhouse originally built in 1900. Including a furnished cellar and rooftop bulkhead, this brownstone spans seven stories and over 7,000 square feet of fully designed indoor and outdoor spaces. 

We typically design and direct the interior architecture, but here, we focused solely on furniture and the artistic layers of art and decor. Our greatest goals were to add a bright and colorful energy to accentuate the interior envelope of neutral finishes and establish a strong relationship between the indoor and outdoor spaces. We strove for comfort and livability. 

Architecture + Interior Architecture by Torborg Architects 
Photography by Brett Beyer