If you can’t get enough of Art Deco you’re going to love this apartment in one of New York’s most sought-after historic buildings. Built by renown Art Deco architect Rosario Candela in the 1920s on the Upper East Side, the apartment building exudes the luxury and glamour of that era.
When a Hollywood power couple purchased one full floor (two apartments) of this building, they enlisted the help of decorator Ernest de la Torre and architect Edward Siegel to transform the space into a 4,500-square-foot apartment. The design duo created a modern and stylish home that still pays homage to Candela’s vision. The results are breathtaking.
True to its Art Deco roots, the home boasts an array of Art Deco style furniture and décor, including armchairs in exotic Macassar ebony wood, lush textiles in purple, dark blue, and red hues, gorgeous dark side tables, and spectacular glass light fixtures.
Tour the home featured in Architectural Digest, and afterwards shop our collection of stunning Art Deco pieces.