The collaboration between the architect James Dixon and the decorator Carolina George has resulted in an exceptional approach regarding the interiors of this apartment on Bond Street, New York, called Soho Penthouse.
The option of the two collaborators regarding the whole development was to be based also on a solution of chromatic nature which became somehow classic, respectively the visual impact that the cooperation between black and white have. Also, it is very important the flexibility that this combination offers regarding the choice of decors. If earth colors help to highlight the variety of shapes and textures on the white welcoming background, the presence of gold and silver complement and complete somehow nobiliary this equation of beauty.
Leaving the social zone and heading towards the bedrooms, we discover a completely orientation towards a welcoming and intimate atmosphere with a hint of oriental fragrance that makes a whisper call to relaxation and dreaming. If you observe each element of decor partially, you note that it reflects a strong identity, that seems like is trying to tell its own story. The attention given to details is obvious.
A strong artistic note is brought by Carolina George through the fabrics and upholstery what capture the attention in the bedrooms. The penthouse has a relaxation area that stands out a different type of design, this time of coastal style with tropical colors. Hoping that Soho penthouse, as a final result of the work of James Dixon and Carolina George, will delight you and you will enjoy it as much as I like it, I invite you to enjoy the photos! Photography by Michael Stavaridis