As you step off the elevator into this dazzling apartment, the first thing you encounter is the dramatic floating polished Thassos stair with the skyline beyond. The light appearance belies a substantial feat, the concealed structure developed by the design and construction team to allow light and glimpses of views between the stair treads. Millwork throughout is gloss urethane fabricated in LMA’s shop. While the Master Bath is clad from floor to ceiling in the purest white Thassos, three additional Bathrooms on the upper level are clad similarly in white Corian. Venetian Plaster was used extensively for its light reflectance properties, maximizing the extraordinary daylight entering the apartment through the new Hope’s French doors leading to the wraparound terrace.
LMA Group converted a former doctor’s Maisonette overlooking Gramercy Park into a modern two bedroom plus study home, while retaining its beautifully proportioned pre-war character. The original stained glass window was removed in sections, taken to an off-site studio, re-leaded and reinstalled. The extensive and highly detailed cabinetry was fabricated in LMA’s millwork shop.
LMA Group meticulously renovated this duplex in an elegant, prestigious prewar building overlooking the Cooper Hewitt Museum and Central Park. The apartment, after not having been touched in decades, was extensively renovated, incorporating meticulous custom cabinetry and stone work.
When this repeat client set out to renovate a newly acquired pre-war apartment, LMA Group became involved early in the process and was instrumental in assembling the design and construction team. Custom lighting fixtures, millwork and leather-wrapped panels were an integral part of the renovation.