The 'Ghiora Aharoni Design Studio' in New York redesigned this oak apartment for its owners to look like a livable work of art.
The space is able to combine a wooden aesthetic with one that is more futuristic. Most of the accents, flooring and walls in this apartment were made with curved oak panels while the rest of the walls and ceilings appear to be made of aluminum. The resulting design is highly futuristic and one that is unlikely to be seen in most homes. The small oak apartment features just one bedroom that is designed in the same style as the rest of the space.
This Manhattan apartment reveals the artistic and modern potentials in wood, a material that is most commonly associated with more rustic aesthetics.