This model home is a downtown interpretation of uptown living, we hear at DDG who were responsible for the exterior of the skyscraper. 180 East 88th Street is already an iconic building and the residences are also on their way to becoming an instant hit, thanks to the interior design by Hadas Dembo of Mise and Scène Design.
The architecture of 180 East 88th Street in New York was inspired by the high-rise masonry buildings of the 1920s. This brand-new skyscraper is a tribute to what DDG calls "the lost art of traditional craftsmanship" and with some 600,000 handmade bricks supplied by the Danish Petersen Tegl, the facade is also figuratively a high-flyer.
The interior of the residence is as special as the architecture of this skyscraper.
By the looks of the model home we are showing here, the 48 residences in this building will be at least as special. The high ceilings and beautiful views are not the only assets. Hadas Dembo of the renowned New York-based agency Mise en Scène Design chose a series of unique pieces from art and design gallery R&Company, complemented by soft and fluffy pastels, stylish gold accents and custom-made wall coverings. 180 East 88th Street is one of the most anticipated new buildings on the Upper East Side. We share that enthusiasm and are therefore pleased to present this three-bedroom apartment here. Some details inspired by the pre-war period are combined with modern finishes, resulting in a sophisticated and elegant whole. Coved ceilings, herringbone parquet, kitchen worktops in Statuario marble and a rich collection of artworks create an exclusive but homely atmosphere.
There's something for everyone, and invariably in a stylish jacket!
We would love to reside in these spaces, but the apartment building has some other surprises in store for future residents. You will find, among other things, a state-of-the-art fitness centre, a yoga studio, a half-curt basketball court, a soccer pitch, a wine room and a fully equipped playroom for children. There's something for everyone, and invariably in a stylish jacket! Images © Robert Granoff, DDG