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Interior Design | Interior Design by Reddymade | Williamson Residence in Williamson
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Interior Design | Interior Design by Reddymade | Williamson Residence in Williamson
Interior Design | Interior Design by Reddymade | Williamson Residence in Williamson
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Interior Design | Interior Design by Reddymade | Williamson Residence in Williamson

Interior Design

A young couple moving uptown from downtown commissioned us to renovate a sprawling, light-filled, apartment in a pre-war co-op. They wanted a cool “downtown chic” vibe. The 6,000 square foot residence had to be functional and beautiful, and filled with furniture, objects and art that would not only inspire them but reflect an increasingly sophisticated vision.

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Wescover creator since 2018
A leader in today’s global design culture, architecture and design firm Reddymade was founded by Suchi Reddy in 2002. Since its inception, the firm has been lauded for its formal experimentation, its imaginative use of color and passion for innovative materials. Along with widely-praised commissions in New York, the firm’s projects extend from Los Angeles and Miami to Chennai, India.

A sophisticated ‘sense of the new’ is evident in the firm’s current work: a kinetic rain-screen facade being designed for a building in Chennai, a modular home in Beverly Hills, and a 264 unit condominium project in Sunny Isles, Florida, with lobbies designed by Karl Lagerfeld. The firm’s design that remade a former women’s prison in Manhattan into the Women’s Building, a center for the global women’s and girls rights movement, was one of thirteen finalists in the 2016 competition.

A deep interest in contemporary art informs all work from high-end interiors to architecture. In all areas of architecture and design, Reddymade’s philosophy of pushing for design breakthroughs – both formal and expressive – remains more steadfast than ever.