Three design and décor superpowers teamed up at the historic Walker Tower NYC this month to create three unique interiors for Elle Décor, House Beautiful and Veranda. The iconic Walker Tower building was originally constructed by legendary architect Ralph Thomas Walker and offers unbeatable panoramic views of NYC from 212 West 18th Street, making it the perfect place for this designer showcase.
Alessandra Branca partnered with Elle Décor for an apartment full of whimsy, vibrant color and impeccable pattern-mixing. Branca created a space that’s livable yet stylish and felt it was important to create a living area for a family with grown children. Branca effortlessly mixed heirloom pieces with those of modern-day designers.
Carlos Aparicio joined Veranda to create rooms with a minimalistic effect, offering low, rustic pieces for the ‘gentleman collector and dealer.’ The showpiece may have been the 1950s industrial iron bed made by Mathieu Mategot, demanding attention from across the room.
Jamie Drake’s space for House Beautiful boasted jewel tones in Benjamin Moore paint, luxury, and glamour intended for a ‘woman of today’-oriented residence. The home featured furniture by Hudson Furniture, Hutton Home and more.
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