Baccarat Residences is a private enclave in the heart of the city, dedicated to an unrivaled level of service and luxury. Residents have complete access to the amenities of the Baccarat Hotel, the first in the world, including the five-star restaurant and chic bars, spa, fitness and aqua center.
Decorated by designer Tony Ingrao
‘s, one of the top of mind home décor trends for Manhattan restoring period pieces and using a generous amount of natural materials, he’s the mind behind the sleek environs at the Baccarat Residences New York
, the first Baccarat residential in North America scheduled to be completed late 2014.“Both add great design elements to any space,” said Ingrao, who draws on international and European lifestyles for inspiration after having moved to France 14 years ago. “I tried to think about the features that give a living space that personal touch and feel, but also incorporate design elements that would appeal to the discerning, global luxury buyer. Said Ingrao to Gotham Magazine
.To achieve this, he and his team used one-of-kind wood for the flooring and entryways while mixing in custom pieces throughout the property. Ingrao, who is known for his residential work for celebrities like Howard and Beth Stern, says each apartment utilizes natural elements with a modern touch with natural palettes accented with vibrant colors. Amazing final work.In addition to the oversize, floor-to-ceiling windows in the living room and a master bathroom outfitted in Lido white honed marble, there is a special touch. A signature Baccarat fixture will be incorporated in the foyer of each of the Baccarat’s 61 residences, said Ingrao, adding that it “reflecting Baccarat’s reputation for flawless, exquisite pieces of art.
As a long-time admirer of Baccarat’s 250 year heritage, Ingrao said he aimed to translate highlights of the crystal brand’s “design sensibility and craftsmanship into a living space that reflects and plays with light just as a piece of Baccarat crystal would.”
This is the final result:
Baccarat Residences New York to be occupied in the 2nd semester of 2014.
20 West 53rd Street