In honor of the new appearance of the online version of Architectural Digest, I selected a recent editorial found on the site highlighting a magnificent transformation of a 1927 penthouse located in Manhattan on the Upper East Side. The property along with the notable publication represent a crisp perspective that corresponds with modern times creating a new beginning for both timeless treasures.
The spacious Upper East Side house in the sky is a 5500 square foot duplex equip with endless high ceilings, a sprawling staircase that leads to the stars and 2300 square feet of private outdoor space. The fortunate new owners selected architect John Murray and the design firm Cullman & Kravis to transform the prewar space into at exquisite modern-day home of chic elegance. Enjoy the snippets of the renovation and read the full story of the before and after journey on the new and improved architectualdigest.com. Forever Chic!