New York–based designer and architect Rafael de Cárdenas designs outside the lines. His multidisciplinary practice Architecture at Large has a portfolio of bold and eye-popping projects.
Imagine a Manhattan apartment as a jewellery box, with each room evoking a different mood. At some moments, it shouts; at others, it murmurs. Former fashion designer turned architect Rafael de Cárdenas, of New York studio Architecture at Large (AAL), worked with an eclectic array of furnishings, graphical surfaces, and brazen colour to remake the Goodman residence.