A weekly preview of participating sites and programs in the 11th Annual OHNY Weekend on October 12 & 13, 2013.  This week, check out a preview of some of the residences that are part of Designers’ Open House,OHNY’s collaboration with Interior Design Magazine.  For the second year in a row, the editors of Interior Design Magazine have curated a selection of private residences of some of the city’s best designers and architects for OHNY Weekend allowing visitors the rare chance to see how these designers live at home!  

 

Brad Zizmor Residence

 

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photo credit Garrett Rowland 

 

Once a dark and cramped apartment previously occupied by the building’s superintendent, the family residence of Brad Zizmor of Architecture + Information has been renovated to seamlessly integrate indoor and outdoor space.  The outdoor living room and dining area is visually connected to each room, and at the same time, exterior materials also pass indoors, connecting the two environments.

 

 

Desai Chia Architecture Loft

 

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photo credit Garrett Rowland

 

Architects Arjun Desai and Katherine Chia of Desai/Chia Architecture have created a contemporary space that serves as both a residential loft for a family of four, as well as a laboratory for the design ideas that they implement in many of their projects.

 

 

Gwathmey Siegel Architects Apartment

 

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photo credit Garrett Rowland

 

Located along the Hudson River, the modernist apartment of Robert Siegel of Gwathmey Siegel Architects combines two adjacent apartments in a high-rise condominium filled with Bauhaus furniture and large-scale murals.

 

 

Suchi Reddy Apartment

 

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photo credit Garrett Rowland

 

Formerly a dentist’s office and now the home of  Suchi Reddy of Reddymade Design, this 375-square foot apartment maximizes every inch to create a super-functional space.  Renovations play with the illusion of space, from a queen-size sleeping alcove to recessed walls that hold bookshelves. A dining room for 8 can be converted into a living room by lifting the table into the air and out of the way using cables.

 

 

Kathryn Scott Design Studio Brownstone

 

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photo credit Garrett Rowland

 

This Italianate brownstone is the home of interior designer Kathryn Scott and artist Wenda Gu, as well as the office of Kathryn Scott Design Studio.  The product of a 13-year renovation, the residence combines the owners’ own heirlooms and style with the restoration of much of the brownstone’s original architectural elements.

 

Don’t miss the other architects and interior designers participating in OHNY Weekend as part of Interior Design’s Designer’s Open House:

Berman Horn Studio; Steve E. Blatz Architect; Laura Bohn Design Associates; CCS Architecture; Yoshimi Kono; Kushner Studios; David Ling Architect; David Mann of MR Architecture + Décor; Marpillero Pollak Architects; Antonio Pio Saracino; Slade Architecture; TWB Design; Yabu Pushelberg; and Lori Weitzner.

 

For a preview, check out this slideshow on Interior Design Magazine.

 

 

Full listings with details about times and locations of all sites and programs will go live on our website in early October. Please check back then for specific dates, times and information about advance reservations, if required.