Context/Program- a one bedroom apartment in the Murray Hill section of Manhattan.
The interior walls were removed and and relocated in order to shape a different spatial and perceptual limit. Frontality was introduced at the entrance, with the first set of colored plaster panels, which are then repeated in a shifting, layered sequence. The translucent doors to the bedroom reiterate this illusory depth. The main room of the apartment is the legible open area created by two overlapping L shaped spaces, one with a dining area, the other an alcove. The bathroom is a hidden space, a room that must be discovered, an assembly of concave-convex shapes that makes what are standard dimensions feel physically luxurious.