Dream West Village Home belongs to a family that loves art and design. Besides being the house they have always wanted, it has a particular detail that makes all the difference.
This is a 1901 Georgian-style townhouse that belongs to a music executive and a auction house director. Steven Harris is the interior designer responsible for the previous interior design of this home and they wanted to preserve his work, however they made a few changes. In order to fulfil their needs, they asked for the architect Amie Sachs. The interior designer Penelope August, did her collaboration regarding furnishings and finishes.
The particular detail we talked about in the beginning of the article is in the dining room and belongs to David Wiseman. It is a bronze and porcelain sculptural installation above the Egg Collective dining table. This sculpture is simply amazing and makes all the difference here. It is simple, and elegant! We can also see a Jiun Ho green sofa and Gio Ponti and Pierre Jeanneret chairs.
The entrance hall has a unique Haas Brothers bronze and glass sculptural console, by R & Company.
The first image shows us the library with two velvet chairs by Cy Mann and a stool by Wendell Castle. On the second image is the bar with limousine cloth from Gretchen Bellinger and stone counters from the French House.
The dining room also has a single piece of black Nero Marquina marble, designed by Sachs. The art piece belongs to George Constant.
The kitchen is composed by Cerused Oak cabinets, there is also chairs by Harry Bertoia and pendant lights by Michael Anastassiades.
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Amie Sachs says that this place here is “It’s their own Barcelona Pavilion,”. It has two balconies with amazing views looking north and south. There is a Moroso sofa from Gallery Glustin in Paris and a Campana Brothers chair on the opposite side. In the middle there a marble and steel center table by Penelope August.
Here we can see the garden-level sitting room with a custom desk designed by Amie Sachs and white Wilson Awatt speakers. We can also see vintage chairs by Guglielmo Ulrich and ceramics by Penelope August.
Here we can see the main bedroom with tapestry on the bed by Pierre Yovanovitch, and the bench by Ralph Pucci. On the side tables there are two vintage french lamps from Bernd Goeckler.
The interior design of the bathroom includes Amie Sachs designed sinks in Rosa Aurora marble. The brass fixtures belong to Vola and the lighting piece is from Jos Devriendt.
Last, but not least in this Dream West Village Home, the children’s bedroom with custom bedside tables by Penelope August and vintage table lamp by Murano glass.
Credits to: Architectural Digest