We are very excited to share this new UES Penthouse. The project is complete and we are awaiting the final photos. This project is anchored by a new contemporary approach to living spaces. Custom millwork ties the apartment together, maximizes storage, celebrates the views, and navigates the oddities of this amazing top-floor apartment.
This delightful Brooklyn townhouse with ambitious clients and some amazing historical detailing that needed to be preserved. We worked with the clients to reimagine how this single-family would look and feel – combining a contemporary approach to layout while respecting its more traditional aspects.
We are committed in our practice to instilling beauty function and surprise into our architecture and interior design. We work with our clients to create hidden value and transformational moments. Something as simple as a hidden wet bar can allow a space to shift and grow depending on the needs of the hour.
Well – more accurately – featured on the ArchDaily blog. We are glad that the B+D Apartment is getting a little attention.
Our West Village townhouse has sold! Read all about it!
This new single-family home is designed for a family thinking about the future. Designed as a multi-generational home with expandable sleeping and living quarters works to stand out as a contemporary showpiece in its Long Island neighborhood.
This competition had us exploring new ways to use tiny lots around New York. We developed new screening and circulation strategies that allowed these lots to be fully developed.
Designing in New York City requires precision. We understand that every square inch is valuable and that construction is complicated when working inside large older buildings. We are specialists in reimaging how spaces can be rethought, reorganized, and refreshed for maximum effect and minimal effort.
We partnered with Mark Thrope Design to design the office of the future to be featured in the Enquire Ultimate Bachelor pad. We designed a conceptual work table that was inspired by the main sponsor, ACURA.
k—da uses BIM (Building Information Models) to communicate and document our designs, allowing our clients, collaborators and contractors, fully understand a design from conception through construction. Learn more about BIM here.
Mapping Through Food was a conceptual mapping project undertaken with collaborators Lucia Eastman and Jake Sandmann. We were looking for nontraditional ways to understand the urban fabric.
When APM Monaco started its US expansion, they needed a local project manager to coordinate the design and construction at 4 of their new storefronts across the US. Placing their new locations in some of the most prestigious locations, this was an exacting task. k-da worked as a development partner, client representative, and project manager for the Seattle, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, and Boston stores.