According to the designer David Kleinberg, it may seem difficult to establish a sense of warmth and character to a new building, where contemporary style dominates.
This was the challenge of the New York decorator, the prime corner unit in a stately new Manhattan residential tower.


All apartment spaces that revolve around a central Entrance Hall.
Kleinberg saw room for improvement, namely in the dining room, a space that offered no view of the park. “The only thing you saw was the adjacent residential building,” says the designer, who corrected this shortcoming by closing up the room’s foyer entrance and opening the space to the living room and the Central Park treetops beyond. He also separated the kitchen/family room into two independent spaces, noting, “The client wanted more of a divide between church and state.”


Some adjustments have been made by the Interior Designer, like, raising the height of door frames, staining the oak floors to deep cordovan, and swapping October wan crown moldings and baseboards for more refined versions que, Kleinberg says, “Provide a bespoke quality”.


One of the main goals of David Kleinberg was warmth the apartment with textures he used from several wall treatments, linens stripes gold, silver tea paper, bleached wenge paneling and others.
Surfaces offer impressive scenarios for customer art, mostly paintings stars New York school as Helen Frankenthaler, Richard Pousette-Dart, and Lee Krasner-many with swirling strokes that adds a lyrical air residence.


A similar focus on lightness is apparent in the fine furniture design, among them wonderfully fluid midcentury French and Italian pieces.
In the living room, for instance, the Eugène Printz desk with arching legs is Accompanied by the svelte Diego Giacometti iron-and-bronze chair. The library, anchored by the suede-covered sofa modeled after an original influential in Coco Chanel‘s Paris apartment, Felix Agostini features a cocktail table made of glass and gilded bronze that provides the otherwise masculine zone with a touch of the ethereal.


Kleinberg got what he wanted in this apartment, a Modern Interior.
Creating something very serene, comfortable and timeless style but not forgetting the feeling of New York.