Historical details + modern styling + eclectic furniture and art

A look inside  influential New York architect Joan Dineen's own home

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This new addition ties the dining area to the garden and serves as the family room. It has a Liaigre sofa, coffee table made of fire hose nozzles, Mid-Century chairs and a day bed designed by the architect. 

This 1874 four-storey townhouse is located in the middle of Manhattan in a small historical district. Renovated by architect Joan Dineen, the design highlights the lovely proportions of the rooms, keeps the historical details, adds modern styling where appropriate and creates a home for a very eclectic collection of furniture and art. The renovation included all new baths and kitchen, and a new garden room addition with walkable skylight to the deck above. 

Aug 02, 2018
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