The overarching architectural gesture in this dramatic space is the focus on the view and the windows, which primarily face south and overlook St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Polished white quartz floors, complemented by high-gloss ceilings, walls, and lacquered columns keep the focus on the incredible views. Turett’s plan pushes all of the services and private program… Read more
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The complete renovation of this penthouse loft at 463 Greenwich Street in the Northern Tribeca Historic District also included the addition of a rooftop pavilion and 1,500 square feet of exterior living space. Located in a former warehouse that was converted to a residential co-op in the 1990’s, the loft had previously been used as… Read more
Architecture and spatial design by Lichten Craig Architecture + Interiors. Interiors by the Turett Collaborative.
Fifty four floors above Broadway, with the Statue of Liberty, the horizon over Long Island and the whole of Central Park in view, this Manhattan penthouse architecture project offered extraordinary potential. The owners had a vision for the space – clean design, a layout with the most panoramic views, and the celebration of a unique… Read more
Designed for a single owner, this 2,400 square foot triplex apartment in a new condominium development on East 73rd Street is full of air and light. Working closely with the building architects, TCA has designed a soaring, dramatic space with double-height entry foyer and a large living room with a custom fire trough that runs… Read more
TCA has had a lot of experience connecting smaller apartments together into a seamless whole, but this adventurous client requested something we’d never seen before. In a newly constructed multi-residential development, in the East Village of NYC, TCA had the opportunity to meet a unique client’s desire to combine two penthouse condos… with a helical… Read more
The owners of this 520 square foot, three-level studio loft had a few requests for Turett’s design team: use sustainable materials throughout; incorporate an eclectic mix of bright colors and textures; gut everything…but preserve two decorative tiles from the existing bathroom for nostalgic value. TCA drew on its experience with ‘green’ materials to integrate FSC-certified… Read more