A young couple just bought their first apartment, a 400-square-foot Upper East Side, and asked the New Design Project to give it a new look. The interior is modern and with industrial accents like a coffee table in the living room – a parallelogram-shaped window pane that was salvaged from an architectural junkyard, equipped with steel edges and castors and converted into a coffee table. The drywall was removed to expose the brick on one wall in the living room. In the kitchen, the idea was to add some color and playfulness to the room with the blue cabinets and colorful Moroccan tiles. A geometric light green tile pattern has been incorporated into the bathroom to complement the sink, which was found in an architectural junkyard and maintains its original color. Bravo, designer!