In a generous gesture and under unique time constraints, clients relocating from Sydney to New York City, give complete creative freedom to outfit an entire 5,500 square ft. loft prior to their arrival — sight unseen.
With interiors that take their cues from the international resorts favored by client, select pieces of furniture with subtle references to a variety of cultures, are assembled in a manner that strives to maintain the character of a spacious and modern Manhattan loft, yet in a warm and inviting setting.
Two separate children’s room’s for a set of twins, are designed as his and hers blank canvases, for the children to personalize with toys and belongings upon their arrival.
Custom scaled down toddler beds are upholstered in durable, yet luxurious wool felt, and sit on top of handwoven Tibetan silk rugs dyed to match, in a special blue for the boy and a special pink for the girl…
Recycled 300 year old wood beams found from the building’s historical role as the American Express stables are repurposed as display shelves.
In a play on subtleties, a master bedroom wall is upholstered in a uniquely reflective material that catches light differently, when each panel is rotated 90 degrees relative to the panel next to it.