Upper West Side Artist Residence
New York, NY
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, which we also designed, were modeled on an original of the period seen in London. We made several small alterations to the plan, but we completely redesigned the internal finishes with the notion that space would function both as a music studio for the owner and as a venue for salon functions organized by the Derriere Guard.