Greenwich Village Pied-à-Terre
The piede-à-terre is located in a converted 1930’s building, in New York City’s Greenwich Village. It was designed for Clients from Rome.
The intent was to build a minimal interior that was respectful of the original architecture.
The vaulted ceiling was exposed, and the layout was opened up by installing two double doors across from each other in the living space, allowing for all six windows of the northern exposure to be perceived all at the same time. The continuous wide plank pine floor present throughout the entire apartment brings in natural warmth. The minimal interior offers a canvas for familiar elements from various time periods and places: 1950’s sculptural gold leaf coffee table, Provincial French chair, contemporary Bernardo Siciliano painting, 1960’s brass chandelier.