Interior designer Laura Santos, worked with 1100 Architect to create her family’s Manhattan townhouse.
Eager to make the home a bold reflection of her burgeoning design practice, Santos chose a mix of furnishings and architectural components defined by sculptural profiles and luxurious materials. Her vision reveals itself immediately in the intimate vestibule, where Gio Ponti–style wing chairs mingle with an Hervé Van der Straeten mirror and honed-granite floors complement walnut paneling. This entry shares the ground level with the main kitchen and an adjoining sitting area, the latter accented by a wall of quartzite tile.
In the double-height living room, a curvaceousVladimir Kagan sofa is arranged with a vintage cocktail table from Galerie Van den Akker, a 1940s French floor lamp, and a Dune bench upholstered in Mongolian lamb; the diptych is by Mark Francis, the curtains are of a Kravet linen, and the walls are painted in a Benjamin Moore white.
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