Our goal was to utilize the apartment's spectacular natural light to showcase the clients' unique style, love of art, and diverse culture. The living area serves as a social focal point to entertain in an airy setting, alternately the space features cozy reading nooks along the windows. With such incredible views of lower Manhattan, there's no need to clutter the space with televisions. The two bedrooms are designed to offer comfort with warm color palettes and plush textures. The apartment is adorned by a combination of custom-made furniture and carefully sourced antiques. The art throughout the home is the clients' own curation, which captures their Latin American and Russian backgrounds. The dining table was designed specifically for the space and built using aged leather and brass finish with a low iron thin glass top. The sofas where designed and produced with a "chezlon" element to join the living and dining areas with multiple seating arrangements for easy entertaining. Reading nooks where custom fit to window spaces and upholstered with silk ikat by Madeline Weinrib, the window nooks are also used as group seating areas. Custom auxiliary tables and a bar accent the entire space. The space also features three signature pieces designed by Veronica Mishaan: a ceramic bowl, gilded ashtray, and porcelain tea set, found around the living room The apartment is extremely color and texture driven, although the walls themselves are stark white, the client's masterfully displayed art collection fills the space with color and personality. Art aside, the home's color scheme is rooted in natural tones beiges, greys, browns. Leather, thick linen, silk, velvet, and brass are other elements chosen to create body and depth throughout the apartment.