Of course, we love it when our work is published. What's even more meaningful to me is the long term relationship we have with our clients. This one, in particular, has spanned all the way from 2011! We were first contracted to design the renovation and interiors of a land-marked West Village Townhouse. As their family grew, KCD was there to update the home. The latest included creating 2 bedrooms out of 1 when their 3rd child came along and revamping things to highlight their ever-changing art collection. It's been a true joy and honor to watch their family grow and to help adapt their beautiful home to fit their new lifestyle. We created a home– European in flavor and sensibility, yet, cleanly and minimally modern. And because the client are avid art collectors, we approached the project as “designer as curator.” Meaning? We curated the interiors as we would curate a collection, designing a “home as gallery space.” The result? A home perfectly crafted to showcase the family’s taste, as well as their appreciation of culture and beauty. Head on over to Architectural Digest to read more about this West Village townhouse. There are so many interesting elements carefully curated and collected over the years- you won't want to miss it!