This apartment is located in a historic Art Deco building in Tribeca. The plan was reconfigured to allow for separate child and adult zones, a small private office, an expansive primary closet, and additional storage to accommodate a family of four. Contemporary art, furniture, and details are juxtaposed with the Art Deco bones of the building.
New York, New York
2000 Square Feet
White-paneled doors open to reveal a custom walnut and brass coffee cabinet.
A steel-and-glass door leads to an office off the primary bedroom.
The refined chandelier is juxtaposed with a patchwork table in the dining room.
Pops of color in the den.
A playful TV nook with custom blackened steel shelves to display Kaws figurines.
The secondary seating area is home to the owner's bold art collection.
The muted tones of the bedroom are counterbalanced by the striking Calico wallpaper behind the bed.