The lait motif of this New York apartment restored by the architect Michael Haverland is its pre-war origin. The owners wanted to keep the original details as the brass and mechanicals that were restored to their ancient beauty.
Same attention was given to the furnitures, all original post war/mid century modern pieces found on local shops. Despite its ‘conservative’ details the apartment has a modern and flexible plan -it’s a duplex- and designed to welcome different habitation patterns over the years.
What I really like of this apartment is the perfect balance of the color palette, furniture and art pieces…the mix of pieces tells a story and make the whole space warm and cozy.
Don’t forget to have a look at the other Mid Century Modern Homes I wrote about so far to find more inspiration!