It has been a busy and rather fulfilling summer. Its highlight: the curation of the model apartment at historic, sustainable development 60 White Street. The sister buildings originally erected in 1869 are developed by Sorgente Group of America, a firm recognized for its involvement and passion for historically significant architecture, and sustainable approach.
Behind the iconic cast iron facade, the impeccably restored brick is joined by reclaimed oak and Vermont’s Danby marble. The light pours in through 3 pane wood windows and filters through white linen curtains. Warmth emanates from all surfaces; time seems to stop here.


Sofas by Edward Wormley, lamp by Greta Grossman
Photography by Joseph Jurson
Dining table by Martin Eisler , chairs by Joaquim Tenreiro via R & Company
Credenza by Cappellini
Rug by Sacco


Left: Misuzu Takemoto Woman’s Body sculpture
Right: Custom Danby marble coffee table, peonies, and art books




Credenza by Jorge Zalszupin, nightstands by Joaquim Tenreiro via R & Comapny
Mohair rug by Sacco, bed by Suite NY
Photograph by Hilton Brothers, Untitled and Wind
Painting by Nicole  Schmolzer, Taos


Sofa by Cappellini
Painting by Jon Schueler, Northern Gestures
Table by Joaquim Tenreiro via R & Company

Architecture by Bostudio Architecture
Art consulting by Elizabeth Sadoff Art Advisory
Photography by Evan Joseph