The transformation of a 3250 Sq.m Gothic Mansion Full Of Luxury by Michelle Gerson on Long Island was based on the idea of fun.
The transformation of a 3250 sq.m Gothic Mansion Full Of Luxury by Michelle Gerson on Long Island was based on the idea of fun.
The library is a striking room.
A colorful work by street artist Skyler Gray and books with rainbow covers give the built-in black shelves bold counterpoints.
With six bedrooms, six bathrooms and four powder rooms.
It required a transformation to suit the clients’ needs.
In order to highlight the architecture of the property, it was also supposed to introduce luxury and modernity into the spaces.
With her unique and eclectic style, Gerson has developed a project that meets the clients’ needs.
A mansion that is theatrical and full of fun.
A Mansion Full of Luxury that reveals a coherence between luxury and modernism.
Perfectly echoes the personality of the clients who highlight a fun and eclectic environment.
The master bathroom contains a Grigio Carnico marble bathtub flanked by sparkling Arabesque marble vanities.
Showing the luxurious and eclectic character of the house.
In the music room, we notice a hand-painted wallpaper by Gournay.
The monumental eight foot tall Tisserant chandelier on the hall of this Mansion Full Of Luxury.
A quirky sculpture by Richard Orlinski act as a prelude to the final design.
In accordance with the style of Michelle Gerson, who idealized an irreverent and unique project, perfectly reflected in this property full of specific characteristics and luxury.