MKCA completes Carnegie Hill apartment with hidden doors and reconfigurable furniture

New York City-based architect Michael K Chen has renovated an apartment in Manhattan’s Carnegie Hill neighbourhood, which includes movable partitions that create different layouts based on the occupants’ needs.

The luxurious apartment’s interiors were renovated for a family of five, who sought to open up the space while still allowing for moments of privacy from each other and guests.

The apartment in Carnegie Hill features movable partitions throughout

According to Michael K Chen Architects (MKCA), the existing layout was a series of smaller rooms that didn’t allow for larger gatherings.

“MKCA reshaped the apartment’s plan to optimise circulation and the

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