Wednesday, August 17, 2011

COURTNEY COLEMAN AND BILL BROCKSCHMIDT ~ DESIGN ON FIFTH AVENUE

Architects Courtney Coleman and Bill Brockschmidt were recommended by Rose Tarlow to design an apartment for literary agent Lynn Nesbit.  Being influenced by the apartment of Bill Blass, the architects were asked by Nesbit to visit the designer's apartment.

Nesbit entertains frequently, so the living area was transformed into a library with a table that would seat 24 when the leaves are in.  The apartment is light by day and easily decorated for a party by night.   ENJOY!








Elle Décor September 2011
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8 comments :

eclecticrevisited said...

yes, the book cases certainly caught my eye...no house is complete with out them..gorgeous home..
best,
maureen

Luciane at HomeBunch.com said...

Teresa,

The table in the library is stunning! That got my attention!!!

Wishing you a great day!

xo

Luciane at HomeBunch.com

Debby said...

Gorgeous library! I am saving all of my books in the hope that I will someday have built ins! (Even if it does mean more dusting). xo

Taylor Greenwalt said...

I love the library table. Its fun to see rooms with a lot of details.

Angela Duke said...

Obsessed with this!

under spanish moss said...

The floor in the study is so beautiful. So many wonderful elements in this apartment.
Angela and Renee

The enchanted home said...

Wow stunning, love all the rich use of color and those floors...sigh!

Kariyah said...

These are lovely!! Clean and elegant the way I like it.

http://kariyah.blogspot.com/

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