The fifty sixth Street condominium is a renovation problem from Architects Estudio Ramos, located in Manhattan, New York. Here is the information we acquired from the architects, together with some hanging sooner than and after footage by Soledad Ramos:
The historic previous and magnificence of the Lombardy Building, courting from 1926, together with its privileged location in Manhattan, merited an entire renovation of this two story apartment. Its measurement, publicity (NE, SE, and SW) and flooring plan are distinctive and the potential for a luminous, fashionable and sophisticated dwelling space was evident. The main idea for this renovation was to create a simple, elegant, and clear design, benefiting from the luminous and fantastic views and creating an surroundings of comfort, efficiency and ease. All areas have been utterly redone. Windows that had been blocked over have been reopened, permitting additional direct daylight. Beams and ceilings on the lower flooring have been leveled to supply the world a additional spacious look, and as well as allowing a unified lighting treatment.
Hardwood flooring have been used inside the lower flooring.The outdated staircase was renovated using partitions, delicate colored picket and carpeting, setting the tone to the upper flooring bedrooms. The kitchen was utterly redesigned and a niche to the consuming room was added, giving this space direct delicate, ampleness and efficiency. In the TV room a closet was reworked into an office space with desk and shelving. In the entire home the radiators have been hidden using low-inbuilt furnishings that in some situations have been used as shelving. The second flooring loos acquired specific consideration. Marble and distinctive lighting ensured magnificence .The main tub was enlarged in order so as to add a bathe along with the bath. Wooden planters and deck have been added to the terrace, giving this outdoors space an inviting setting. Neutral tones have been used on partitions, window treatment and furnishings. The color accents come from the paintings work by south American artists, a number of of them embrace M. Serra, A. Batalla , M. Lockett and A. Sarzale. The common influence of the condominium is cheerful and sophisticated.
Before and after pictures underneath: