This design aims to open up the flow of the space within the apartment. The galley kitchen is very narrow and takes up roughly 1/4 of the main central space of the apartment. By opening up the wall between the living room and kitchen, the space begins to feel larger. The existing column to remain is nestled into the island and could become a feature element. The dining area is typically a space ONLY used for eating. So, I have incorporated the dining area adjacent to the kitchen area to repurpose the corner space for the desired Study Nook. This space is a perfect size for a desk, lounge chair, and takes advantage of the corner windows for natural light. The living room stays roughly where it is, but is now open and flowing into the dining area and kitchen. For the master bedroom, I have moved the entrance into the center of the long run of wall. There was a lot of space being taken up by corridor, so this design incorporates that space into a large walk-in closet for the Master. The bathroom grows into the existing larger closet, allowing for a double vanity, spacious shower and toilet area. As for the second bedroom, I have moved the closet just above the kitchen, so as to act as a third wall to the study nook as well as allow the existing bathroom to expand into the space of the closet. Adjacent to that is a space for a stacked washer/dryer, with an adjacent space for folding clothes. Overall, this plan greatly opens up the space and allows for a modern feel one would find in the Manhattan area. I would be more than happy to answer any questions you may have! Thanks and best of luck with your upcoming renovation!
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