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Drake/Anderson Designed An Amazing Tribeca Apartment!

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Drake/Anderson took an amazing new project on a Manhattan residence in Tribeca. The interior design studio devised a four-bedroom layout that includes two great rooms, a media room, an office, a wine cellar, and a gym. Join Home and Decoration and find the amazing details about this brand new project.

 

This living area, along with the kitchen and dining area, composes the west great room, which was designed with entertaining in mind. A custom velvet sectional is joined by an Emmanuel Babled cocktail table from Lynx Interiors, a chair by Natasha Baradaran from Jean de Merry, floor lamps from the Bright Group, and a rug by Pinton. The polished bronze bench by the Haas Brothers is from R & Company, and the vintage glass lamp by the window is from Maison Gerard.

 

An abaca wall covering by Pietro Seminelli creates a serene background in the main bedroom. Custom parchment-and-lacquer tables topped with lamps by Mattia Bonetti flank a Drake/Anderson−designed velvet bed, and the rug is by BDDW.

 

A light fixture by Frederik Molenschot is suspended above a Drake/Anderson–designed dining table and chairs from A. Rudin. The structural columns are treated with a Marmorino plaster finish, and new white oak flooring was installed throughout.

 

In the media room, which features a plaster wall finish by Atelier Premiere, Hervé Van der Straeten lamps from Ralph Pucci International flank a Drake/Anderson−designed sofa that’s upholstered in a Pierre Frey velvet. The Stefan Bishop cocktail table is from Cristina Grajales Gallery, the chair is by Mondo Collection, the Philip Nimmo sideboard is from Jean de Merry, and the artwork is by Matthias Meyer.

 

An ombré waterproof plaster treatment by Atelier Premiere and an alabaster pendant by Atelier Alain Ellouz lend a dramatic effect in the powder room.

 

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