WG Flatiron was the third project Rodriguez Studio completed for the same client. The architectural challenge was to create a new apartment combination in a building that had not been built yet. Two 3 bedroom units were combined to create a 4 bedroom, 4 and half bathroom apartment that sprawls over 5,000 sf. The existing layouts from the base building development were combined to also create a new office/den area, walk in closets, a media room, as well as a large pantry and a large living room dining room with built-in seating. Walnut, Bronze, glass, stucco, and stone are woven together throughout the project to create a strong aesthetic identity. The project is a sleek, modern design with vibrant materials and elegant details with commanding views of Manhattan.  This project was completed with Kylie Sarley and Zendy Nevado of Kylie Sarley Interiors http://www.kyliesarley.com/
       
     
       
     
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 1 Main St. is an apartment renovation in DUMBO Brooklyn. The home has amazing bridge views, the design was geared toward amplifying the openness and utility of the space; a new bathroom was created where once there was only a powder room, closets were expanded and tucked away in the angles of the walls, and old finishes were replaced with new.
       
     
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  The Reservoir Viewfinder House  is a whole house remodel, both interior and exterior, of a 4,400 sf house in upstate New York. The magnificent views from the house, as well as the wooded and private nature of the site, are the guides for the design and layout. The house employs green features such as cork floors, zinc cladding, radiant floor heating, and bamboo woodwork, among others. Phase I was finished in 2009.
       
     
  Loft-82  is an interior renovation of a duplex apartment in New York City. The design adds 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms to the 2nd level, a home office, and storage space above the kitchen. It also uses reclaimed snow fence as wall cladding around the stairs to visually connect the main floor with the upper level.  The name comes from the cost of the renovation, which was $82 per square foot.