West End Retreat
Talde Miami Beach
The Printing House Townhouse
Custom Steel Bench, New York Residence
We believe passionately in the power of good design to shape human experience. Our team is committed to bringing creativity, ingenuity and intelligence to the public and private spaces people inhabit.
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This Architectual Digest featured Central Park Pied a Terre was designed to showcase our clients impressive collection of Modern art.
Workshop/APD transformed this Briarcliff Manor home from an outdated traditional ranch into a modern work of architecture.
Workshop/APD was charged with creating a luxe home with a modern twist that would resonnate with the homeowner’s casual and comfortable lifestyle.
Overlooking The Jetties, this historic home was transformed by Workshop/APD into a sleek modern residence set inside a traditional shell.
Designed with warm open spaces, this modern apartment was transformed from a commercial space to cater to a family with three growing boys.
This residence is the essence of modern architecture and design set within the traditional vernacular of Nantucket.
This bachelor pad mixes new euro modern, bohemian chic, and mid-century pieces to create a space that highlights the owner’s vast interests and style.
This Upper East Side home was designed to fit a modern family's lifestyle today and to adjust as they evolve into their tomorrow.
This project was an opportunity to move beyond the refined interiors for which the firm is known, and express those principles on the outside of an Upper West Side Townhouse.
Workshop/APD’s DC residence has a light and fresh combination of materials that cast a warm yet open quality all set against floor to ceiling glass windows. “Nothing like it exists in the District,” says the owner.
Workshop delivered a unique vacation-home space that embraces Miami’s cool, stonework aesthetic while also spotlighting the natural environment and a truly jaw-dropping art collection.
By combining two smaller one-bedroom apartments, Workshop/APD was able to open up the heart of this space and push the primary activity spaces toward the windows and the park-like views of the Museum of Natural History.
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