Upper West Side Artist Residence - New York

The tall mullioned and transformed studio window, which has its original diamond-paned leaded lights, provides a backdrop to the composer’s Steinway grand piano, which is the main focus of the room. Simple stile and rail wainscot paneling and a new chimneypiece take their cue from the English Arts & Crafts architect C.F.A. Voysey, while the brass chandeliers – also designed by Fairfax & Sammons– were modeled on an original of the period seen in London. Fairfax & Sammons made several small alterations to the plan, but they completely redesigned the internal finishes with the notion that the studio would function both as a music studio for the owner and as a venue for salon functions organised by (the) Derriere Guard.

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