West 88th St. Townhouse

West 88th St. Townhouse

Eisner Design
New York City, NY, USA | View Map
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Private Houses
Robert Granoff Photography
Product Spec Sheet

ElementBrandProduct Name
ManufacturersDoug Mockett & Company, Inc.
Hermes leverEmtek

Product Spec Sheet
by CRL
Hermes lever
by Emtek

West 88th St. Townhouse

Eisner Design as Architects

Interior renovation of town house on Upper West Side of Manhattan. This was a project where we worked closely with the Owner who was very involved in the design process especially with the finishes.


The overall design approach called for retaining much of the industrial core & shell feeling of the restored row house as a backdrop for the design.The brick was exposed on the exterior walls. Plumbing risers were often exposed or veiled with a perforated metal wrap.  A perforated metal ovoid closet stands out as an industrial sculptural object in the parlor level entry. The industrial black steel stairs carry the industrial feel from top to bottom of the 5-story building.


The office space for the owners continues the industrial feeling with a full room height custom designed blackened steel shelving and desk system that coordinates with the exterior black metal patio railing.


The lower cabinets with their perforated metal fronts also tie into the use of this material aforementioned.


The 8’ high bi-fold patio doors open out to a large balcony to become an outdoor extension of the work space.


Material Used :
1. Brizio
2. Kohler
3. Stark WC
4. Dornbacht
5. JM Lifestyle concrete lavatory
6. GE reverse osmosis filtration system
7. Frigidaire 
8. Miele
9. Thermador
10. Insinkarator 
11. Caesarstone
12. Mockett cabinet pulls
13. Emtek Hermes lever
14. CRL 
15. Yellow goat pendant
16. Areplux LED recessed downlights
17. Hornet LED recessed downlights
18. Lutron Diva switches & dimmers

19.  Vola - bathroom tap - KV1

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