In a city when nothing ceases to amaze, everything stands out, the skyscrapers and luxury homes are known to be the epitome of new york city’s real estate. Today, Inspiration and Ideas takes you on a trip around the city that never sleeps and presents the best and most opulent interior design projects by the most amazing interior designers.
There is a new gem in the city that never sleeps! A Modern New York apartment that overlooks the entire city’s skyline and makes the gigantic city look very tiny. But it’s inside of this luxury home design, that the real beauty hides. An extremely imposing building stands in the crowd, not only because of its height measuring 821 feet above TriBeCa but mostly due to its unique shape.
Richard Mishaan, the interior designer behind the home design, claims he can see the expressive concrete-and-glass structure from the conference room of his downtown studio. “It’s an extraordinary feat of engineering.” What Mishaan brought to this New York apartment with four terraces, austere interior architecture, and panoramic views was a similar kind of balancing act.
In 2020 COVET HOUSE stepped up the game and moved to BILLIONAIRE’S ROW. The design brand celebrated the high-end furniture design in New York once again, this time curated and handpicked by Rincón Design & Development and Covet House.
Covet NYC opens the second and improved model floor and office in a new luxury design space in the Heart of Midtown. More than a model floor it’s a special design project where you can find 12 Luxury brands of interior Design all represented by COVET HOUSE. This staging project promises to enhance everything that is outstanding when it comes to modern design.
In Greenwich Village NY, we find the contemporary house of Rafael de Cárdenas, founder of the study “Architecture at Large” and top interior designer. The sophisticated interiors were designed, undoubtedly, by himself, the modern apartment brings back the elegance of the ’80s, with nude domination and a meticulous eye for details, finishes, furniture, and design. The neutral shades mean a lot to Rafael. It is the color of his childhood. “It is the color that reigned in the movies at that time,” he says. Are you loving these interior design projects in New York City?
The internally renowned Dutch interior design office, Studio Piet Boon, created a contemporary and luxury take on a traditional New York townhouse. The studio knows for finding the perfect balance between functionality, aesthetics, and individuality into one of a kind design experiences. Shifting boundaries and setting new standards.