Philipp and Kit von Dalwig, the founders of Manifold Architecture Studio, recently renovated a small studio in New York, maximizing storage opportunities with a “living wall” of bookshelves and built-ins. “The wall houses living and work utilities, making the space feel more expansive,” the architects say. A restrained palette of white surfaces and wood countertops and floors creates a sense of unity; in the kitchen, the architects used a glass backsplash with a color-fused back from Benheim. Photographs by Alan Tansey, courtesy of Manifold Architecture Studio.
Above: The custom bookcases were built by Myk Henry.
Above: Bathroom tiles were sourced from Heath Ceramics.
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