hanrahan Meyers architects (hMa) are pleased to announce that their project 'White Space apartment' is featured in a new book published by Loft Publications. The 204-page book feature 30 different projects of contemporary residential designs. The book is written by Ethel Baraona and Lilliana Bollini.
White Space (Ash 4 Ways) is a Manhattan apartment where ash is used in four different states of finish within a minimalist white envelope.
The original space was an apartment that was chopped into many spaces. hMa emptied the space to create a maximum infiltration of light and views of Central Park. The intention was to create a space that replicates the complex beauty of Nature in Central Park. The views extend one’s experience of the natural materials within the apartment into the Park beyond.
The goal was to create space that flows and accommodates the needs for living with a great sense of comfort. Although the space is completely ‘white’, the various textures, tones and materials create and overall sense of warmth. The free-form pieces of ash bring a sense of ‘Nature’ from the Park into the space.
Read more about hMa's 'White Space' apartment here.
View the book at Amazon.com.