Paul Rudolph designed a stunning New York Urban Retreat at 101 East 63rd Street and now we can draw inspiration from the interiors and details of the magnificent residential structure. Redesigned in the 1960s by talented architect Paul Rudolph, this 19th-century carriage house in Manhattan’s Upper East Side in New York City received a new modern skin in the shape of a four story steel and glass modern residence. Architect’s Rudolph design remained mostly intact during all these years, with a few changes done by the last inhabitant, German-born industrialist and photographer Gunter Sachs: the wall-to-wall carpeting transformed into white-oak floors and the mezzanine and catwalk were given beautiful balustrades. Having had a glamorous past, with parties thrown by its owner at that time – well-known clothing designer Halston – and attended by famous people like Sean Connery, Liza Minnelli, Andy Warhol, Bianca Jagger and so on, the fantastic residence is now offered by Corcoran Group at $38.5 million and it will sure find an owner very fast.
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