Amy Lau Design recently completed the development of a mid-century Tribeca triplex in New York, United States. This design connoisseur’s sprawling residence captivates with a double height, light filled living space enhanced with bespoke pieces by both mid-century and contemporary designers. Featuring several functional areas, the living room acts as the core of the residence, where inhabitants and their many guests can engage in long conversations. The massive interior boasts a modern kitchen, two lounge areas and a dining table for ten.
The color palette for the first level was kept simple, with white and gray tones rarely contrasted by wooden additions. A massive white textured accent wall increases the feeling of space, while ensuring a sense of dynamics. The stylish mix of materials and textures is emphasized by natural light flooding the apartment through floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Sustaining white columns add a royal touch to the overall design scheme and one must definitely appreciate their subtle integration. The triplex gradually unveils more bold colors, such as brown, beige and golden hues. Enjoy the virtual gallery and be sure to give us your input on this contemporary New York apartment!