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Step Inside the Recently Opened NoHo Condominium by Ryan KorbanMonday 19 March 2018
Step Inside the Recently Opened NoHo Condominium by Ryan Korban ⇒ Perhaps one of the youngest and most successful interior designers of our age, Ryan Korban excitingly works for a better tomorrow through a sleek and bold aesthetic. The New-York based designed has recently designed a NoHo Condominium at the 40 Bleecker area, that is best described as a “modern luxury residence for a new generation of connoisseurs.” This project was conceived in collaboration with the landscape architect, Edmund Hollander. At the request of the private real estate developer, Broad Street Development, the two experienced creators brought an extraordinary contemporary allure to this stunning residence.
“The roster of design talent that has been assembled to create 40 Bleecker is likely never to be re-created, and it makes these homes truly a once-in-a-generation opportunity,” says Raymond Chalmé, CEO and principal of Broad Street Development.
Being a specialist on high-end retail design and having worked for remarkable houses, like Balenciaga, Alexander Wang and Aquazzura, Ryan Korban has entered a new field with 40 Bleecker as it is his first actual residential development. To enhance the design of the 12-story condominium, the designer opted to introduce custom-designed products so as to entice the residents.
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“When designing 40 Bleecker, I knew my work needed to speak to a new generation of downtown buyers who is looking for luxury and elegance against a modern backdrop.This idea of contrast is evident throughout the spaces in everything from textures and materials to finishes and furniture—masculine contrasts with feminine, traditional with modern, soft with brutalist.” – Ryan Korban
The condominium lobby combines a suede-panelled with Beauval limestone walls through layered marble and terrazzo flooring. It also features an astonishing black marble, bronze-lined fireplace. From the many enticing materials and elements, a few stand out, including the Italian cerused oak cabinetry that dressed up the Miele appliances in the Kitchen and Bill Schwinghammer’s custom lighting give a whole new look to the marble clad-bathrooms. To conclude and according to Ryan Korban, the “40 Bleecker is a new way of living and sets the tone for the future of design and development downtown.”
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Source: Editor at Large