At first glance you will be able to enjoy a splendid masterpiece – a miro-style mural in Venetian plaster. It has been created by a famous Spanish artist, Ramon Canet, whose workshop is located in Madrid, the lovely and inspiring Spanish capital.
But this is just a detail in a world inside a house. Magical details from venetian murals, modern art and scandinavian style furniture in a loft with the Central Park as its sky line.
Further exploration of the interior reveals breathtaking floor-to-ceiling Corinthian columns. And how cool is that in a modern house?
As a focal point in the living room we find the beautiful and unique 17th century stone fireplace completed by a small set of wooden table and chair that finish the composition. They are made by master artisan George Nakashimi.
Those who are very familiar with art will spot at once some fine artworks from the Cuban artist Emilion Sanchez.
Beyond this crazyness, there’s also space for modern design. The kids’ room is playful, with great window views and plenty of light from outside.
Bold as love should be is the Study Room fully furnished with classy red looking furniture.
But that’s not all, also the bathroom hides an art collection from the Ancient Egypt.
Now, all you need to do is to sit back and enjoy the gallery of images that will dive you into this fascinating New York loft.