Contract & Hospitality Projects

Micro-Units Hit D.C.! Meet Arris by Forest City

Real estate giant Forest City has entered the micro-unit market with their award-winning new Arris building at The Yards located in SE Washington D.C. Forest City’s micro-unit project began – as much innovation does – with a challenge. In this case, it was figuring out how to optimize a line of awkward one bedrooms + […]

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winnetu Oceanside resort

Winnetu Oceanside Resort

Written by Gwenn Masterman Snider, Owner and Director of Interior Design & Retail at The Winnetu Oceanside Resort and The Nantucket Hotel.  The Winnetu Oceanside Resort on Martha’s Vineyard and the Nantucket Hotel on Nantucket are both classic New England coastal resorts. We pride ourselves on fulfilling the dreams people have of their idea family vacation when they arrive. Our […]

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The Marmara Park Avenue

Marmara Hotel

Tranquil and polished, The Marmara Park Avenue is a heavenly escape from the noise, pace, and pressures of the city. To enhance the functionality of the rooms, 17 of the guestrooms feature a Swing wall bed. An impressive feature of the Marmara is that not all rooms are standalone rooms. In fact, they can connect to other […]

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Penelope Sofa Queen Wall Bed at Carmel Place

Carmel Place

Carmel Place, New York City’s first micro apartment development is the winner of Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Award and the 2017 AIA Award for Architecture. How do you build safe, legal and reasonably priced apartments for single New Yorkers when space is at a premium? One of many answers is Carmel Place.  Found by survey and demand […]

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Prism Studio from Equity Residential

‘Prism’ Studio From Equity Residential

For Prism at Park Avenue South in Manhattan, Equity Residential worked with Resource Furniture to design a multifunctional studio apartment that comfortably and stylishly maximizes every square foot. Prism features a warm and inviting studio space designed with space saving furniture that works together to transform seamlessly from day to night. This space is a 375 square feet model […]

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Long Island City condo

Long Island City Condo

TF Cornerstone designed two bright Long Island City condo apartments complete with Resource Furniture, designed for young professionals that need multifunctional, maximized spaces. The first studio apartment was designed with a Poppi twin bed system complete with shelving with a TV unit, Flat expanding coffee table that turns into a work space, Ulisse Dining wall bed […]

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Princess Elisabeth Research Station

Princess Elisabeth Polar Research Station

Resource Furniture is proud to be involved with the Princess Elisabeth Zero-Emission Polar Research Station. Austral summer station: open from November to February Capacity: 25 to 40 people Expected lifespan: 25 years minimum Total usable space: 400 m² main building + 1500 m² technical areas Clei is an Official Provider to the project and supplied […]

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Hotel Resource

Hotel Resource is an innovative, luxury hotel micro-suite that was revealed at Dwell on Design New York, October 9-11 at 82 Mercer Street. The 240-square-foot hotel micro-suite demonstrates how a small yet intelligently designed hotel suite can not only be luxurious, but can also provide all the comfort, spaciousness, and boutique hotel amenities today’s demanding traveler requires, […]

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PAD Harlem

PAD Harlem Micro-Units

Drawing inspiration from the ADapt NYC project, these pre-war, single room occupancy units (SROs) were “designed for life”. The units range in size from 155 square feet to 230 square feet and are truly multi-functional. By taking the time to study and understand how residents would use the space, the micro-units were intelligently designed to make the most […]

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Asbury Park Condominiums

In the beach-side town of Asbury Park, New Jersey, stands Eureka, a newly renovated 1920s Art Deco building. Now home to 23 modern duplex apartments, the building was designed with sustainable living in mind. Rather than seeking more space, the ideal design was shifted to using space ingeniously. Some highlights of each unit include: The Atoll […]

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