Wood, in many ways, is like the breath of art.
As a natural material, wood is responsive to change.
There are many variables that will affect moisture and movement.
It contracts and expands with humidity. It lightens or darkens with sun exposure, retains a unique character due to its grains and knots.
Stone and metal share the wood’s unique qualities of earth-borne textures, but unlike the changing quality characteristics of the wood, stone, and metal preserve an inherent strength with the passing of time.
In this Flatiron apartment, wood, stone, and metal are merged to create contrasts of color, touch, and warmth, reflecting on the essence of daily rituals.
Floor-to-ceiling slabs of wood-grain marble where water slither, hexagonal weaved oak floors that knit open spaces, meticulously crafted brass handles.
This home is a collection of moments, detailed with the experience of lifetime mastery.
With precise cuts and elaborated compositions, it is the combination of materials and proportions. This alignment of pieces is turning this space into a home.