Jack Levy Design donated their time and talents to Phase II of Project Design, a rehabilitation of the Ronald McDonald House of Long Island’s original building in New Hyde Park, New York. We sought to design a respite for families dealing with so many challenges ahead, a place that feels like a comfortable and inviting womb. The key piece here is the sectional sofa, covered in a taupe cotton-and-wool blend from Romo. Koroseal Studio donated wallpaper for the entire hallway and sitting area. A custom floating kinon desk, donated by New Day Woodwork, is both functional for the visitor as well as visually striking.