nArchitects designed the Switch Building, a seven storey apartement and art gallery building in the New York.
The building consists of four floor apartments, a duplex penthouse and a double height art gallery on the ground and cellar levels.
From the inside, the bay windows provide deep window seats surrounded by warm hardwood. At the rear of each apartment, the living space extends out to large balconies, which also shift side to side, creating double height spaces between balconies that maximize afternoon light. While the apartment plans are identical, these variations allow each apartment to be unique in its light qualities and views to the city.
Switch Gallery has a black hot-rolled steel and glass storefront and canopy that opens completely, allowing for openings to extend onto the sidewalk.
Via Arch Daily