Shelter Island Pool Pavilion

This 1,240-square-foot insertion of a pool and pool house onto a wooded site on Shelter Island, NY seeks to harmonize the built landscape with the natural landscape. The design responds to the client’s need for guest space and an outdoor recreation area and takes as its narrative the integration of the elements fire, water, and… Continue reading Shelter Island Pool Pavilion

Molton Townhouse

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. It was a landmarked building, and its 4,000-square-foot interior, never modernized, had the boxy, gloomy layout typical of Victorian homes. The design… Continue reading Molton Townhouse

Murray Hill Residence

Reddymade transformed adjoining apartments with awkward layouts and varying ceiling heights into a 3,300-square-foot home that is not only stylish but has the feel of an open loft. Creating a successful merger with exposures on all four sides, rare in a New York loft, this project is an exercise in fifty shades of grey. Starting… Continue reading Murray Hill Residence

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. The three-bedroom, 1,800 square feet apartment originally had the kitchen, dining and living rooms, all in one large open space.  Reddymade transformed the proportions so that it better suited the… Continue reading Azar Residence

134 Manhattan Avenue Townhouse

134 Manhattan was 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. A rear deck and stairs to the garden were added, and the basement turned into a separate apartment with… Continue reading 134 Manhattan Avenue Townhouse

140 Manhattan Avenue Townhouse

This landmarked Upper West Side Townhouse is located in the Manhattan Valley neighborhood. It was originally built in 1905 as a 2-unit three-story building with a basement and rooftop. The clients asked us to do a full gut renovation to modernize the interior architecture while combine the two units into a single-family home. Now the… Continue reading 140 Manhattan Avenue Townhouse

Flaum Residence

This was a gut renovation of a 1,400 square feet apartment off Madison Avenue with amazing views of the Guggenheim Museum and Central Park reservoir. The client, Peggy Flaum had spent much of her life in the upper reaches of New York’s art and creative business worlds, and she needed space for herself and her… Continue reading Flaum Residence

Dream Machine

Dubbed the “Dream Machine,” this stylish Airstream evolved as a working prototype of how art could be introduced into every aspect of domestic life. Designed for the brand weR2 which works with artists to design everyday objects for the home,  with the aim of making art a part of everyday life and not an exclusive… Continue reading Dream Machine

Wellspring Capital Management

For a private equity firm, Reddymade re-designed the entire fifth floor at Lever House. The firm was growing and wanted to upgrade their image. They needed three conference rooms as well as private offices for the four partners. In addition, there were to be offices for their associates, a reception area, a lounge and dining… Continue reading Wellspring Capital Management

62 Orchard

Paul Gross and Martha Burns, well-known actors with two grown children, asked us to renovate a century-old, loft space on New York’s Lower East Side. The former clothing factory had to be gutted in order to modernize it, but in doing so we preserved as much of its character as possible.