We believe in the power of design to transform the ordinary into the sublime.
Studio Garneau is an award winning architecture and design firm based in New York City. The studio offers sensuous designs that are functional, sustainable and inspiring; customized to each client’s needs and aspirations.
Their work has been published widely in the US, Canada, China, Jordan, France, Germany, and in influential media such as
Dwell magazine and on national television with the Nate Show.
Studio Garneau’ core belief is that environmentally progressive designs are imperative in attaining ecological and social sustainability.
The studio seamlessly integrates diverse interests, providing a comprehensive design service encompassing architecture, interiors, furniture and products. Through interdisciplinary efforts from preliminary consultation to project close-out,
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Transformer Loft – bathroom detail
Transformer Loft – bathroom interior
Transformer Loft – bathroom exterior
Transformer Loft – bedroom niche
Transformer Loft – bedroom looking back
Transformer Loft – bedroom looking east wall closed
Transformer Loft – bedroom looking east wall open
Transformer Loft – bedroom shades down
Transformer Loft – bedroom sunny
Transformer Loft – bedroom wall
Transformer Loft – bedroom wall sliding
Transformer Loft – entrance foyer
Transformer Loft – entrance closet
Transformer Loft – wall open: A sliding wall when tucked away offers visual relief to the adjacent living room making the space feel more airy. Click here for more information Photo: Robert Garneau
Transformer Loft – wall closed: Closing the sliding wall creates a bedroom while revealing a library and storage cabinetry. Click here for more information Photo: Robert Garneau
Transformer Loft – library: Key details include an industrial track that provide reliable sliding of the massive wall and custom track lighting tailored for the space. Click here for more information. Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – kitchen: A previously enclosed kitchen is opened up and co-opts the table as additional work space, the benches like all the furniture in this project contain storage and can be used with the table or rolled to another part of the apartment. Click here for more information
Transformer Loft – living room: A wall bed tucks away allowing the bedroom to disappear and provide generous space for entertaining or simply a place for relaxation. Click here for more information Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – bedroom: In the evening the wall closes up the bedroom while the wall bed is lowered, and guests can be accomodated on the custom sofas on wheels that form a queen size bed. Click here for more information Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – screen: The wall typically screens off the bedroom but also functions as a generous projection screen for entertainment. Click here for more information Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – bathroom: An unexpected cobalt blue bathroom contrasts against the muted palette of the rest of the apartment, providing an intimate spa like atmosphere. Click here for more information Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – storage wall: Walnut clad cabinetry is concealed beneath the tile and creates a wall that separates the bathroom from the main space. Click here for more information Photo: Robert Garneau
Transformer Loft – closet: The closet takes full advantage of its depth by integrating a shoe shelf on the door, with floor to ceiling shelving for bags and accessories on the side, and a closet rod which lights up automatically when opening the door. Click here for more information Photo: Bart Michiels
Transformer Loft – table: At the touch of a button the table converts from dining to a counter or a workdesk, complete with secret compartments inside. Click here for more information. Photo: Robert Garneau