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Drawings by architects are rarely meant to (and perhaps never can) be actual representations of reality – they are always perspectives, even if they are plans or sections. This project shows, though, that even when a project changes, the original vision need not necessarily be lost.

Silver+Ong had a lot to contend with in this New York warehouse-to-condo conversion from late 1970s. Their first step was to strip out dropped ceilings and partition walls that divided various cramped and closed-off interior spaces in this three-story shoe box.