226 E 95th St. New York
About the building:
This one-hundred-year-old building, designed by Rosario Candela, blends pre-war details with present-day design. The virtuoso of Uptown architecture and aesthetic, Candela is the mastermind behind a number of New York City’s most coveted residences. 12 East 88th Street lends itself to both formal and contemporary living and flawlessly achieves a unique interweaving of old and new.
Inside, 12 East 88th Street is beautifully reimagined as a limited collection of distinctive residences with visionary interiors by the award-winning Champalimaud Design, known for their world-class residential, hospitality and public spaces. The residential floorplans by Kinlin Rutherfurd balance impressive rooms and intimate galleries, and masterfully integrate the outdoors with a graceful courtyard garden.
Stained white oak veneer panels with mirror glass accent panels. Back wall consist of sleek stainless steel tubular handrail. Custom oak cove moldings and ceiling. Metal finishes throughout the cab are in stainless steel.
Hoistway door wrapped in Rimex Hairline Gold metal with custom etching.