Cherokee Residence

Based on a design that Ray Kappe FAIA had created for LivingHomes, the midcentury modern inspired design blurs the boundary between exterior and interior spaces while maintaining a strong sense of privacy.

12th Street Loft

Renovation of a dramatic 1,400-square-foot duplex loft with a mezzanine and 18-foot-high ceiling in the living area with southern exposure in a historic building, near Union Square.

Williamson Residence

Williamson Residence - project by Reddymade Architecture & Design

A young couple moving uptown from downtown commissioned us to renovate a sprawling, light-filled, apartment in a pre-war co-op. They wanted a cool “downtown chic” vibe. 

Molton Residence

Molton Residence - project by Reddymade Architecture & Design

Our clients, an accomplished attorney and artist, called on us to renovate a Queen Anne-style, red brick townhouse, with a stepped gable roof line that been designed by Frederick B. White in 1886.

Azar Residence

A hospitality executive purchased a classic New York City townhouse and wanted to convert it into a place that better reflected his needs and personality.

136 Manhattan Ave

This townhouse re-design included the addition of a penthouse on the roof, that had to comply with stringent LPC sightline regulations. The rear façade was entirely redone to accommodate much larger windows.

134 Manhattan Ave

134 Manhattan Ave - project by Reddymade Architecture & Design

Commissioned as a project to be developed for resale by Elizabeth Kellner. Forward thinking and a longtime resident, Elizabeth wanted to bring as much light and air as possible into this former church.

Reddy Residence

Reddy Residence - project by Reddymade Architecture & Design

The aim of the design was to show that a micro apartment could host a full and lively New York life – in this case, Suchi Reddy’s – with room to relax, eat, sleep, and host dinner parties for eight people.

10 W 66th

10 W 66th Street residence - Reddymade

A gut renovation of a 1,275 square foot apartment with stunning views of Central Park. Balancing rich materials, soft textures and minimal detailing, this residence captures a zen spirit, while making the experience of the space all about the view.