This two-floor penthouse in Greenwich Village is designed to be light, luxurious, and take advantage of the building’s art deco character. A restrained and muted palette is used throughout the space to act as contrast and counterpoint to contemporary art and furniture. Details, such as cream hand-painted lacquer walls act as the backdrop to a custom brass, copper, and walnut hexagonal table positioned beneath an oversized Baccarat chandelier. A deco-style brass stairwell showcases a vibrant wallpaper installation by artist collective Assume Vivid Astro Focus. Hand-painted malachite ceilings create pattern surrounding the living room within which a range of vintage minimalist pieces to modern European and American designers. The dynamic pairing of finish and furniture create intimate zones within the larger apartment.
Apartment by Rafael De Cárdenas / Architecture at Large in New York, NY
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Photography: Floto + Warner