This New York City apartment, by WORKac, sets the tone for how an apartment should be done. Designed for a family of four that loves to entertain and are in the fashion industry, the apartment is rigorously set out into different zones, with the most public zones at the front and the most private at the back. What makes this apartment so special however is that it has serious swagger. And in spades! The floor of the Shaker Box (which doubles as storage) can be raised to create a Japanese-style dining table. This can then be connected to the dining table of the adjacent living room, whose table doubles as a chandelier when raised. And these two can both be connected to the dining table of the kitchen/dining room to create in all, one very serious entertainer’s dining table. Apart from incredible dinner parties, what else would you use such a ridiculously long table for? A catwalk of course! With a dumb-waiter named “Stitchevator” after the family dog, and used to transport everything from the dog itself to food and toys between the floors, and a bridge to connect the master suite to the enormous wardrobe, this apartment defines the work of WORKac, the clients and the fabulous New York City.
New York City Swagger by Brendan Guy to see more by WORKac images credited to Elizabeth Felicella