Brooklyn-based Frederick Tang Architecture studio completed the renovation of the interiors of two historic post-war apartments on Manhattan’s luxurious Upper East Side, transforming them into a spacious, sophisticated family residence that blends retrò and contemporary style.

The interior design proposal was intended to satisfy the owners’ desires, mixing, on the one hand, the aesthetics of the mid-20th century with old world glamour and, on the other, a clean style with modern lines.

The result is a fusion of opulence, art déco materiality and midcentury iconography. To create it, they used luxurious finishes and textures, including our Balloton pendant collections with polished copper finishes and 8-light Sass in the prestigious and delicate gold and silver leaf finish. Uniqueness of craftsmanship and style.


Credits: Artemest | Ph. Gieves Anderson

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