Jack Levy Design

Interior Design


interior design



Jack Levy's second-floor lounge has been described as "Stanley Kubrick meets Park Avenue." Sensitive to the house's architectural integrity, the designers devised a bold, contemporary concept that coexists with the building's traditional elements. Carved pilasters flank trippy bubble mirrors, a long sofa is upholstered in white microfiber, and conventional table shapes are reinterpreted in acrylic. Pillows made of watery shades of blue silk counterbalance a graphic, black and white carpet pattern.