These Michigan clients purchased this small New York studio as a pied-á-terre. The goal of the renovation was to modernize and open up this petite space. The small enclosed galley kitchen was completely removed doubling the size of the living area. As this space would be used as a vacation space a smaller kitchen was adequate for the client and thus a new kitchenette was created in lieu of the small existing closet. The kitchenette features a thick grey polished custom concrete countertop with a small integral sink and a small two burner cooktop, dishwasher drawers and a small white speed oven. In the bathroom the tub was removed and an open shower was installed. Custom concrete floors were poured and sloped to the drain to create a seamless look. The unique focal point of the bath is the seamless floor to ceiling, wall to wall white corian wall that has an integrated custom designed sink. The back of the sink is composed of a recessed mirror with a wall mounted faucet. The mirror breaks an inch above the sink basin creating a slot through which the water drains through, creating the appearance of the water draining directly into the wall. A minimal white linear storage cabinet spans above the sink housing an LED strip fixture which illuminates the wall.