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Park Avenue Loft in Manhattan / The New Design Project

Park Avenue Loft in Manhattan / The New Design Project

Designer: The New Design Project
Project: Park Avenue Apartment
Location: Manhattan, New York, United States
Photography: Alan Gastelum

Fresh and serene, this is a Park Avenue loft with a decidedly downtown feel. The space is refined and elegant but modern and relaxed. Sculptural lighting, such as the Lariat 3 by Apparatus Studio and String Light by Michael Anastassiades, adds drama and emphasizes the high ceilings, whilst oversized artwork and bold textiles, such as the Diego rug by Eskayel, add color and depth.

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Iconic mid-century pieces are paired with more contemporary custom millwork, such as the black and brass floating wall shelves, floating upholstered bench, and marble and black oak nightstands. A curated collection of accessories in a mix of sizes, shapes and materials, completes the scheme.

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