In a landmarked building on NYC's Gramercy Park, immaculate rooms of plaster walls and herringbone floors serve as minimalist backdrop to sculptural furniture and chromatic pops. Colors are concentrated in focused groupings, and period appropriate restorations create frisson between stately architectural shell and whimsical furnishings.
Location: Gramercy Park, NYC
Architect: James Riely Gordon
Square Footage: 6000
Scope of Work: Interior Design
Clarity of focus trumps a singular style for Loew