Living at Fifteen Hudson Yards is all about the views: the geometric patterns formed by the railroad tracks; the grid of the city that's a mix of post-war, pre-war, and Art Deco; and the centerpiece, Thomas Heatherwick's feat of architectural sculpture, visible from the residence's windows. "I wanted things to have a collective spirit that felt past, present, and very much future."
I wanted things to have a collective spirit that felt past, present, and very much future.
Reflective surfaces bring the views inside
Sculptural silhouettes throughout the residence echo Heatherwick's sculpture in the Public Square
Start a Conversation
Homes are curated over time, and it's that dialogue among various pieces that adds emotion and keeps things interesting.
Matching is just not relevant to how we live today.
Juxtapose a modern painting with antiques-inspired elements
Intermingle oil paintings with photography; mix frames and colors
Your home ismost importantlyyour space. Let it reflect your personality, as well as inspire you and feed your soul.
I wanted the library to have a masculine sensibility but with a creative and romantic spirit. Peacock hues embody that aesthetic.
Don't Be Afraid to Break Rules
Love the unexpectedness of a Venetian-style glass chandelierin purple? Celebrate incongruity! Instead of putting pen to paper at your mid-century-style desk, use it as a hub for your tech gadgets.
I love the idea that you lie in a custom-built canopy bed under a lavender Venetian-style chandelier to watch the sunset becoming the same color as your walls.
Arrange rugs and furniture to suit the space, not someone else's guidelines
Contemporary doesn't have to be all straight lines and neutral hues