contemporary bathroom / lacquered wood
272 WEST 86TH by Barry Rice
At the start of the 20th century, New York’s main streets were characterized by Neo Gothic-style mansions which were as elegant as those found in London and Paris.
Today, these buildings have been replaced by skyscrapers and modern apartments, with the few that remain bearing witness to New York’s history of architecture. In this rare and charming context, three historical mansions dating back to the end of the nineteenth century, designed by the architect Charles Pierrepont Henry Gilbert, have been renovated and converted into seven sophisticated apartments designed by Barry Rice Architect PLLC.
GD Arredamenti has fitted out the kitchen area and bathroom with completely custom-built furniture inspired by the Neo-Gothic style of this elegant home.