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New York's Popular Designers Go Big
A report in the New York Post zeros in on a trend of Big Apple residential designers teaming with interior designers and architects better known for their work in swanky hotels, restaurants and product design.
The latest crop of luxury residential developments is breaking ground in a whole new way: by hiring interior designers and architects better known for their work in hotels, restaurants and product design — along with swanky private homes.
Previously lauded for their smaller-scale commissions, these talents bring a fine eye for architectural and design detail to their first-ever large-scale residential developments. Along the way, they’re imbuing these projects with bespoke features that come from very personal visions.
“Who knows how to better craft homes than interior architects?” says Barbara van Beuren, managing director of Anbau Enterprises, which hired Andrew Sheinman of Pembrooke & Ives for a new Upper East Side development. “They have a deeper understanding of lifestyles and needs, and that translates into the design."
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