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Magdalena Keck Interior Design

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by Christine last modified Aug 07, 2011

Out of the hectic living that is New York, Magdalena Keck , member of RADD (Remodelista Architect and Designer Directory) has created a calm oasis in this Greenwich Village apartment. This one bedroom pied a terre has 5 windows which filter in soft Northern light and by painting all the walls the same (Farrow and Ball All White), using the same flooring material (12" wide random length pine floors) throughout and inserting two large French doors; space and light travel freely in the apartment. Above: Stacked books are used as an alternative surface to the small table in the entry hall. Above: Framed photos, a collection of pieces by family and friends as well as established artists add dashes of color to the kitchen. Above: Storage in the long and narrow kitchen is maximized by long floating shelves. The vintage table against the wall can unfold and seat six. Above: The organic curves of the Panton chairs by Vitra contrast with the vintage table. Above: The armature of the Serge Mouille floor lamp echoes the exposed pipes in the ceiling of the living room while the color of the vintage coffee table base is picked up by the ornate gold leaf frame around the Robert Horovitz drawing. The sleeper sofa by Capellini accommodates extra guests. Above: The Provencal chair is from ABC Home. Above: The white bedroom has an interesting mix of grey, black and brass highlights. Above: The 1960's spiral brass pendant is a sculptural feature in the bedroom. The sitting buddha brings an added calm to the space. Photography by Jeff Cate





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