West Village Eye Candy. Featured in the New York Times Magazine the West Village home of architect Ghiora Aharoni will surely leave you wanting to see more (or at most a floorplan!) of the well-edited and thoughtful space. Space Craft tells of Aharoni's space-saving tricks and work-arounds in his 550-square-foot apartment...
In addition to dropping some ceilings for added storage and keeping bookcases off the floor to open up the floor, Aharoni installed emerald trees in planter boxes outside the main room’s four windows. This is a wonderful trick in the city (if your building will allow it) to create a barrier of green.
We also really like the small one-armed loveseat in the first photo. This is likely a portion of a sectional, sold individually.
This space reminds us of Nate Berkus's space he shared on Oprah — very similar layout and also in the West Village. We've shown you about half the photos here, so be sure to check out the slideshow.
(Photographs by Floto + Warner)