Located on a quiet dirt road in Litchfield County, this fine old yellow Greek Revival house sits on the top of a ridge overlooking Lake Waramaug. The part Robin’s egg blue and part Caribbean Sea front door sets the tone for the interiors, which are a takeoff on the traditional.
Located on the top floor of a pre-war building on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, the apartment has 3,500 square feet of interior space and 3,200 square feet of terrace. Both the interior and exterior spaces were completely gutted and reimagined to take advantage of the unobstructed Hudson River and Midtown views.
Located in a 1960s post war building on the Upper East Side of Manhattan, the apartment lacked character and architectural detail. Custom built-ins and a light terrazzo tile floor completely transformed the space into a contemporary urban oasis.