The interior designer of New York, Magdalena Keck, has designed this apartment in New York in a minimalist style and monochromatic with white as the absolute protagonist.
On an architectural level, the house (139 square meters) stands out for its large windows overlooking the Lower Mahattan, its high ceilings and the floor of solid matte oak wood placed in spike.
The house is owned by a photographer and designer and this monochrome environment and the abundant light of the floor, allows you to use the space as a gallery in which frequently change the pictures hanging on the walls.
Likewise, in this white box, designer furniture They stand out as a work of art.
At the entrance we receive a XXL mirror and a braided jute rug from Nanimarquina. The dining room is chaired by a square table of handmade bleached solid maple by a craftsman from Brooklyn with eight Egg Collective Densen dining chairs.
Also in the dining room, the black lamp of the London designer Michael Anastassiades hangs on the table and on the wall there is a large black and white photograph of a rocky coast of Robert Andersen, next to a black geometric sculpture of the British artist Dominic McHenry.
In the living room two white sofas of the Italian architect stand out Antonio Citterio for B&B Italia, on a carpet of soft white mohair. An abstract painting by American artist Larry Lee Webb provides a focal point.
The living room is completed with a black chair and footrest in vintage style, made of walnut leather and fabric.
The main room It is furnished with a Piero Lissoni bed, a 60s Italian black divan and a Marcel Wanders Trix floor lamp for the Dutch brand Moooi.
Between the pieces designed by designer Keck herself there are the bedside tables in the master bedroom, a desk in the guest room and the low-rise sideboard in the living room.
In this monochromatic environment the kitchen with wooden furniture It is a great contrast. A small oasis to rest from works of art and design furniture.
Information Via Dezeen Photographs by Jeff Cate. Magdalena Keck project.