East Village Apartment

The complete overhaul of this typical East Village Pre-war apartment was not intended to be a reinvention, but rather an update to the schematic layout with finishes that meet the needs and aesthetic of today’s small family. The most significant departure from its original design is seen in the open galley kitchen, which spills into the dining and living room. The cove detail at the top of every wall, finished with an understated Venetian plaster finish gives this East Village Pre-war a subtle and tasteful nod to its past.