Connecticut design firm Alisberg Parker gave new life to this dated Manhattan apartment. Take a tour to see the dramatic transformation.
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Photo: Wes Tarca
From Drab to Fab
Thanks to a gut renovation, you'd never guess that this 2,000-square-foot Manhattan apartment originally consisted of a succession of small, dark rooms — the norm for many Manhattan spaces. In order to modernize the unit, design firm Alisberg Parker removed most of the walls and shifted rooms around in order to open up the floor plan. The result is a light-filled home that's conducive to both entertaining and relaxing.