Simple yet elegant use of interior lighting within ceiling plains as a visual continuation of vertical intersections. Too often we see ceilings filled with pot lights without any true understanding of illuminating an interior.
12 storey residential building in 100 Norfolk Street at the lower east side Manhattan, called by the same name, comes with an eye-catching form designed by ODA - Architecture practice based in New York City.
Ultimate Modernist design, the sleek fireplace and clever use of textures add warmth to a simplistic space of sharp, clean lines. Mies van der Rohe's Barcelona chair in black complete a well thought out room where nothing is unnecessary