In a pre-war building in Tribecca, also known as the 'celebrity dorm' of New York, there is now a beautiful, luxurious loft that a family of four can call home. The beautiful residence, called project '443 Greenwich', was designed by Sissy & Marley.
The 443 Greenwich building attracts the attention of many celebrities and the New York elite. That's why it's called 'celebrity dorm'. It's not for nothing that everyone wants an apartment here. The building is beautiful and the spaces are large, open and recently renovated. Who wouldn't fall in love with the oak floors, curved windows, exposed beams and an abundance of natural light.
"By using different textures, a wooden floor and exposed wooden beams, the modern and open space got a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere."
To make this beautiful home even more of a dream, the owners called on Chelsea Reale and Diana Rice of the New York interior design studio Sissy & Marley. "We design spaces that families want to live in, a home that is chic but also functional," the designers say. That is also what they did here in Greenwich. With their characteristic aesthetics and the customers' personal accents, they created a comfortable, modest space that feels luxurious and liveable.
They opted for a neutral colour palette with shades of grey, brown, beige and black details. The living space is huge and open. It was important to make it feel cosy and warm. By using different textures, the wooden floor and the exposed wooden beams, the designers have succeeded perfectly. You'll find a Montauk sofa, a carpet by Merida Studio, a table by Apparatus and beautiful chairs by Kelly Wearstler - Who’s certainly no a strange at Imagicasa. The modern and open space was thus given a welcoming, relaxed atmosphere.
"We design spaces that families want to live in, a home that is chic but also functional."
The light colours and the use of wood continue in the dining area, which is integrated into the living space. The table was designed by BDDW and the chairs are by the iconic Carl Hansen. The beautiful lighting from Apparatus provides the finishing touch. In the loft you will also find a large kitchen with an extra seating area with a beautiful table by Desiron and an impressive work of art by Peter Buchman. The chairs are again designed by Carl Hansen and the bar stools by Gubi. In the entrance hall is a beautiful work of art as well, by Retna, and the same sophisticated style continues here. The master bedroom and children's bedrooms are once again immersed in a light and sober palette.
A beautiful, serene final result!