Studio Mellone devises a chic design unit at 200 Amsterdam
Inside designer Andre Mellone is sharing a initially glimpse of his eyesight for the massive duplex penthouse perched on the 49th and 50th flooring of 200 Amsterdam, the Elkus Manfredi–designed tower which is the tallest constructing on New York’s Higher West Aspect.
Inspirations for the 6,400-sq.-foot residence, listing for $38 million, are assorted. Motivated by a current go to to I.M. Pei’s Sutton Spot city home, Mellone created a perception of drama in the entry by wrapping structural columns with sumptuous Scalamandré silver leaf wallpaper. Other influences involve Halston’s lavish Olympic Tower showroom (noticeable in a very long industrial business desk) and close by Lincoln Middle (the crystal sconces duplicate the ones at the Metropolitan Opera).
All four bedrooms are en suite. The oversized living place has been imagined as an amphitheater of kinds, with Arden Riddle swivel chairs that present views of the Hudson River and the Manhattan skyline. (There is also a 116-foot-lengthy terrace facing Central Park, some 660 ft below.)
In the course of the property, an assortment of contemporary, vintage, and custom made pieces—including Christian Liaigre accent tables, Knoll Spoleto Chairs, Danny Kaplan Titus lamps, and a 1950s Feal Milano bookcase—create a fashionable, still timeless dynamic.
A slice of France in Miami
Two Roadways Progress is sharing under no circumstances-prior to-found photographs of French designer Jean-Louis Deniot’s vision for the interiors at Elysee Miami, the 57-story apartment in Edgewater made by architecture organization Arquitectonica.
For his initially initially floor-up household project in the U.S., Deniot harkened back to Miami’s midcentury golden period, incorporating black-and-white marble, tailor made mosaic designs, classic furnishings, with antique gold and silver leafing accents. “I viewed the 1964 film Soy Cuba, browse architecture textbooks by Morris Lapidus, and went by way of hundreds of pictures of Dorothy Draper,” Deniot said in a statement. “I needed a stylish, exciting, and airy design and style, an aesthetic statement that demonstrates the exciting, artsy destination Miami is.” The Advertisement100 inside designer added that he chose a shade palette that would “reflect the exteriors and the sights of the sky and h2o from the inside of.” Residences characteristic custom made kitchens with Italkraft cabinetry, Wolf ranges, and Sub-Zero appliances. Bogs involve Waterworks fittings.