The iconic brownstone at 169 East 71st Street in Manhattan, New York City was made famous by the film Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly who lived here alongside Paul Varjak, played by George Peppard.
Renovated from the ground up, this four-storey carriage house in the East Village neighbourhood in New York City has a clean modernist interior design that is sophisticated. The house measures 2,300 square feet with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a study and a media room in the cellar. A brushed steel spiral staircase connects all the floors from the media screening room in the basement to the gourmet kitchen on the second floor all the way to the rooftop terrace.
This small 450-square-foot studio apartment in Manhattan could be subdivided into smaller spaces with specially designed cabinet doors. Architects Michael Chen and Kari Anderson of Normal Projects created an object that morphs with the changing activities.
This elegant neo-Italian Renaissance mansion in Manhattan, New York has a stately limestone façade and five floors comprising of 21,000 sq. ft. of living space. The townhouse with a dramatic foyer and grand marble staircase has an eclectic interior decor mixing classic charm with a contemporary flair. The luxury townhouse with private elevator is on the market for US$50 million.
Located on the 77th floor of the Trump World Tower in Manhattan, this stunning penthouse offers breathtaking views of Manhattan skyline and the East River. Interior designer Mark Cunningham and architect Michael Gilmore worked on the renovation project of this 2,871 square foot condominium to create an elegant modern home.
The interior design of this triplex in a 19th century limestone building in Upper East Side in Manhattan by Jonathan Adler has the delightful signature of the designer’s whimsical flair. The four bedroom four and half bath triplex has undergone a modern renovation by architect Richard Perry. With over 6,500 square feet of living space on three levels, this stunning luxury condo is listed at US$20 million.
This loft apartment in the Chelsea neighbourhood in Manhattan, New York has a timeless and sophisticated feel. Interior designer Shawn Henderson created an atmosphere that is comfortably rich and relaxed. The simplicity of the interiors inspires through nuance and harmony.
Located in a historic 1830s brownstone in trendy East Village in New York, this duplex penthouse apartment has been exquisitely renovated to provide luxury and comfort of a modern home. The spacious 140 meters (1,500 sq. ft.) apartment occupies the third and fourth floors of the building with its own small terrace garden on the top floor with a stunning view of the Manhattan skyline. The bedrooms are elegantly decorated and the bedrooms with glass and marble complete this chic penthouse apartment design in a historic atmosphere.