Chelsea Pied-à-Terre by Michael Rubin Architects

Chelsea Pied-à-Terre by Michael Rubin Architects

Regina Yunghans
Aug 19, 2010

A small apartment can often be made to feel larger by continuing a theme throughout. That certainly goes for this pied-à-terre in Chelsea, with aqua-colored louvers and cabinetry uniting the entire apartment:

The repetition of the colorful ceiling fins in the otherwise white space create a rhythm that makes the space feel like it stretches on. That's helped by mirrors and generous windows that really open things up.

Visit World Architecture and Michael Rubin Architects to see more of the small apartment.

Images: World Architecture

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