New York Mid-Century House

I just got back from my trip to NYC and I loved it! Such a great vibrant, active, fast city: so many things to see, visit and do. I don’t think there’s an easy way to describe it.

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While I’m trying to edit the almost 2000 pics I took, I leave you with this amazing Brooklyn  Apartment by and for the Architect Brent Allen Buck, which I think represents the perfect NY Style: chich, vintage, sophisticated and simple at the same time:

Brooklyn Vintage Flat

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The living room is a triumph of vintage design pieces: two Finn Juhl 45 armchairs, sitting below the pendant lamp Louis Weisdorf Multi-Lite by Gubi. The wall cabinets are “The Florence” by Knoll and the George Nelson cupboard by Herman Miller

Brooklyn Vintage Flat

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

The palette is white and wood for all the main elements used in the kitchen. I love the collection of pepper mills from Jens Quistgaard !!

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

The big staircase is a main feature of the apartment, I love the wood handrail that match the rest of the furniture, like the pretty Norman Cherner armchair.

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

The bedroom and bathroom are very bright and spacious, simple vintage pieces are also used in here: the Eames Plastic Chair by Vitra, the wood table tray and the original cast iron freestanding bath  tub.

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

Brooklyn Vintage Flat_Brent Allen Buck

The exterior just brings me back to my last week in NYC , walking past the miles and miles of typical brown brick houses around the city … I miss it already.

Hope you enjoyed, more posts about my trip will be coming soon..

S


Photos from: Devon Banks – from Livingcorriere

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