Bond Road Condominium by Residence Studios

Bond Road Condominium is a contemporary dwelling in New York’s NoHo neighborhood that was redesigned by Residence Studios in 2020.

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20 Bond is a brand new residential venture by Residence Studios, the award-winning design agency primarily based in Brooklyn, NY. Based in 2009 by former guide editor Oliver Haslegrave, the studio’s purpose is to assist inform the tales of impressed outsiders via the artforms of structure and inside design.

Lengthy recognized for the singular feel and appear of their hospitality initiatives, 20 Bond marks Residence Studio’s first New York residential architectural and inside renovation. Positioned in a landmarked constructing in New York Metropolis’s NoHo neighborhood, the agency remodeled the two,000-square-foot condominium into an expressive and finely detailed dwelling appropriate for a younger household.

With 20 Bond, Residence Studios envisioned an up to date and fashionable residence that defies the conformity of a typical unit. That includes a range of expression, design influences and materiality, the top result’s a welcoming three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence that celebrates a clear and cohesive design language.

Initially in-built 1925, and renovated final within the Nineteen Eighties, Residence Studios gut-renovated the whole condominium in an effort to transform and maximize the open floorplan, maintaining solely a portion of the unique maple flooring.

Devoted to the exploration of sudden particulars, the studio designed ten new site-specific furnishings and lighting items in collaboration with native long-term fabrication companions, together with an oak and copper Vesper Console and a customized Swing Pendant that illuminates the eating room.

Along with Residence Studio’s customized items, a considerate number of furnishings was sourced from a balanced mix of each classic and modern designers, together with Chen Chen and Kai Williams, Sabine Marcelis and Max Lamb.

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The brightly lit open-floor plan, ornamented by copper and oak detailing, is related by arched contours and a rounded and raised ceiling, offering a heightened sense of place and playfulness. (The curved geometries of Alvar Aalto’s work being one of many venture’s many design inspirations.)

Within the visitor toilet, the curves proceed. A bowed glass window with copper element sits above a tiled sitting nook with a teak wooden towel storage unit is nestled beneath. Customized handmade mosaic tiles

and copper trim body the deep soaking tub. Within the grasp toilet, a conceit constructed in honed Arabescato Classico marble is complemented by Waterworks fixtures.

Residence Studios added a customized pocket door to the bed room hallway permitting selective privateness from the dwelling area, whereas the two-door utility within the visitor toilet offers entry from each the bed room hallway and front room.

The master suite incorporates a Landon Metz portray over a customized walnut and travertine grasp mattress by Residence Studios, with a Natalie Hererra vase adorning all sides desk. Subsequent to the window, a classic French lamp from the Nineteen Forties is paired with an Atelier de Troupe Jia chair.

The Vesper Console is adorned with bookends by Chen Chen and Kai Williams, anchoring the focus of the open front room. A Howard couch by Egg Collective, Sweet Dice by Sabine Marcelis and classic Danish armchair are positioned on a classic French rug from the Nineteen Forties, creating a snug gathering place for the household. The espresso desk is by Residence Studios and the Tulip planter, which holds a aromatic olive tree, is by Eny Lee Parker.

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Within the eating room, a customized Swing Pendant by Residence Studios hangs above a Column desk in walnut by Fort Normal; classic Mannequin 80 eating chairs by Niels Otto Møller accompany. The Ceri Müller vase and Henry Wilson candle holders provide dimension and ornamental operate.

The intent of all Residence Studios initiatives is to make use of shade selectively, and the palette of 20 Bond is intentionally impartial and calm. Farrow and Ball’s iconic shade, “Pointing”, softly covers every of the resident’s partitions whereas the customized kitchen cupboards pop because of the paint model’s subdued blue-grey “Pigeon”—the shade’s influence paying homage to the colourful expression of Parisian courtyard doorways.

The usage of “Pigeon” additionally enhances extra kitchen particulars, together with the Rosa Aurora Macchia Vecchia honed marble countertop and Waterworks fixtures, with a customized copper hood perched above a Wolf vary. The customized copper and nickel kitchen lighting is by Residence Studios. Crops designed to be positioned within the two window wells behind the kitchen counter imbue an extra sense of life to the area.

Final, a classic Vittorio Dassi desk and bookcase, together with a classic Moroccan Beni rug, present a comfy second within the child’s bed room.

The renovation serves as a testomony of energy in collaboration and imaginative and prescient between Residence Studio and consumer, who approached Residence Studios after they fell in love with the studio’s notable inside work for a few of New York Metropolis’s most beloved bars and eating places, together with Elsa and Goat City. The ultimate product is a near-ideal extension of Residence Studios course of and values – a spot that gives its residents one thing actually distinctive.

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Images by Brian Ferry

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– by Matt Watts