The interior design services offered at belgian designer and antiquarian Axel Vervoordt are devoted to the creation of spaces and environments that feel like home. Arts and antiques are at the heart of every interior he creates, revealing their essence and beauty in the everyday.
Tribeca Penthouse in The Greenwich hotel is private close space in the heart of bustling Manhattan, located on the top floor of an industrial building of the XIX century. It was decorated with natural materials such as stone and recycled wood, which are responsible for creating an authentic atmosphere.
Designer Axel Vervordt and architect Tatsuro Miki used the foundations of traditional Japanese design to transform the space with a total area of 630 square meters in a quiet place to relax. Decorated with antiques, unique lamps, exclusive furniture, and three fireplaces.
“We created Living with Light to explore our philosophy of living in harmony with natural elements–light, as well as water, metal, wood–and blending the power and influence of nature with the inspiration of art.” says Alex.
The open floor plan includes a living room, kitchen, dining room, art studio, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest bathroom. A two-level terrace of 370 square meters is decorated with a lush garden with pergolas with numerous places for recreation, dining area, jacuzzi, barbecue and wood-burning fireplace.
photos: Nikolas Koenig