This elegant home re-joins two apartments to their original singular form, in an Italianate building of 1925. The studio has created a loft-like open atmosphere with spacious living area, connecting kitchen, dining and formal reception room. Creams and neutrals enhance the open feeling, while dashes of blues, coral and pinks add sophistication. The master suite, its dressing room, plus three guest bedrooms, are carefully composed to form oases from the bustle below, with soft, layered pastel colour palettes.
Bespoke furniture pieces by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio punctuate the rooms, as well as Vica Furniture by Annabelle Selldorf, and pieces from BDDW. Art was selected in collaboration with David Zwirner, Hauser & Wirth and Flowers Gallery.