NYC apartment balances modern art and period features |

Greg Stevens

So normally component of the ending touches for a style and design scheme, artwork was the beginning place for this home’s interiors. Showcasing the work of aspiring younger artists, the apartment has the proportions and visual appearance of an ethereal, spacious gallery. But the non-public home on New York’s prestigious Park Avenue is incredibly much a household. 

As its new owners started to take into consideration their condominium structure ideas, they enlisted the assistance of Lilian Weinreich Architects (opens in new tab), whose founder Lilian assisted turn a fairly characterless house into a trendy and effectively-believed as a result of base for city living, and the fantastic backdrop for a multitude of bold, contemporary artworks.  

The apartment is on the 16th flooring of a 1930 Schwartz & Gross constructing. Numerous features of the authentic framework necessary modernization and upgrading. Architectural designer Lilian Weinreich reveals us spherical.  

living room with white sofas and white walls with fire lit and big artworks

(Impression credit score: Nicole Franzen)

‘With the art as the most important concentration of each room, this condominium is visually clean and sophisticated with an edgy subtle city New York City vibe,’ suggests Lilian Weinreich. Living space thoughts are just executed, made to greatly enhance the massive-scale artworks on possibly facet of the hearth. Significant expansive gallery partitions ended up developed for the assortment by eradicating closets, openings, and doorways.

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