Thomas Juul-Hansen’s interiors have been crafted to complement the architectural identity of the building, such as the natural light that floods in from the floor-to-ceiling windows and the Juliet balconies. The fittings are bespoke, designed to maximise the potential of the apartments, and include folding panelled doors that conceal the kitchen cabinets, and a custom-made centrepiece of a stone kitchen island that drapes into a dining banquette.

Thomas Juul-Hansen is a Danish architect and interior designer now based in New York. His practice, founded in 2003, is noted for its coherent and considered approach to luxury residential design, blending a warm and liveable minimalism with signature bespoke pieces.

Thomas Juul-Hansen

Current and completed architectural and interior design projects in New York include: One57 in Midtown, 505 West 19th Street on the Chelsea High Line; 
210 West 77th on Manhattan’s Upper West Side; and 50 West in Lower Manhattan. The firm has also designed a number of other notable large-scale and private commissions.

“The idea of doing everything bespoke is something that we hold onto very tightly. It’s important that everything we do is unique.”