This beautiful Park Avenue apartment from the The New Design Project reflects the elegance and refinement synonymous with its Upper East Side address but also boasts a unique downtown vibe made possible by the studio’s signature aesthetic. The light-filled home is adorned with modern furniture and lighting, as well as carefully curated floor treatments and accessories.
The sculptural lighting was selected to add drama to the space by emphasizing the high ceilings. Oversized art work and bold textures also help to enhance the vertical space adding both color and depth.
Mid-century modern pieces inspired by the designs of Hans Wegner, Poul Kjaerholm, and Eero Saarinen are paired with contemporary millwork like black and brass floating wall shelves, a floating upholstered bench, and marble and black oak nightstands.
The dining room features a chunky rectangular table offset by an upholstered built-in bench and contemporary rounded seating. The cold gray palette of the furniture helps highlight the brightness of the gold light fixture, as well as the plants adorning the space.
The bedroom features gray walls that have been transformed into textural landscapes with the addition of urchin-like sculptures.
The New Design Project is a young studio that seeks to reinvent original spaces for their clients that make the world a more interesting place to live, work and play. See more work from this talented team here.
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