A Parisian Pied-À-Terre By Piret Johanson
Piret Johanson Studio recently completed a total renovation of this Paris Pied-à-terre. The existing 1,300 square foot space was revised to open the floor plan up and to redesign the kitchen, bathrooms, bedrooms, and closets. Instead of removing all of the original 19th century features, they were incorporated into the new design, while introducing modern elements throughout.

Piret Johanson Studio Lights Up Miami’s IdeoBox Gallery

When Piret Johanson was approached to renovate a 70-year-old warehouse in Miami’s Wynwood art district, the last thing she wanted to design was just another generic white box. “We wanted to keep the feel of the original space,” she says, “so that its warehouse character wasn’t lost. And also so visitors could realize they were in an old structure, not just some new concrete thing. Galleries can be very scary and intimidating—but that character helps make it more comfortable.”

Office Renovation by Piret Johanson Interiors
Located in the meatpacking district in NYC, this IT consulting group’s office got a 3,200 square foot renovation by Piret Johanson Interiors. While wanting to remain faithful to the character of the building.

A Curvy Office in New York
For a global digital agency, Piret Johanson Studio shakes up the boxy model with some stunningly rounded moves. Located in a Meatpacking District brownstone dating to 1901, this 288-square-metre interior was a staid warehouse-like box before Miami-based Piret Johanson Studio decided to shake things.