With the extreme hustle and bustle that makes New York hum with energy, it's easy to miss some of the most important details in the city. The details that are up in the air - sort of. With so many prewar buildings that set a standard decades ago with extreme attention to details, the stunning architecture should not be missed. Of course many of the most spectacular views are reserved for the lucky few that live in some impeccably maintained buildings. One such building is London Terrace Towers in West Chelsea. The building is quite frankly massive. It spans one entire city block from 23rd to 24th street from 9th to 10th avenue. It's slightly confusing as the 4 corner buildings are referred to as London Terrace Towers and the buildings along 23rd and 24th street are called London Terrace Gardens. The towers are Private Co-ops, and the Gardens are rental apartments. All are 24hour doorman buildings, all have a list of amenities. Of course, the buildings have been home to a list of celebrities and celebrated cultural icons for years. From rock stars to movie stars - many call London Terrace Home.
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A photo posted by Architectural Digest Show (@addesignshow) on Jun 25, 2015 at 10:07am PDT
The super stylish, chic, and all around lovely - Julia Haney Montanez of the AD Home Design Show gave us a peek into Furniture Artisan Christophe Pourny's renovated apartment in the famed London Terrace Towers in Chelsea, NY. Pourny, one of NY's most sought after design professionals authored "The Furniture Bible", published by Artisan Books last November. The book, a cross between a DIY furniture resoration guide and a beautiful coffee table book has been on fire since it's release. We hear the book is already going into its second printing after just 7 months! Bravo Christophe, and #ThankYou to Julia and her uber chic #Instagram page -#InteriorDecline
Pourny's line of all natural furniture and leather care products are available nationwide, and also yearly at the AD Home Show in the #SHOPS section. The Furniture Bible is available wherever books are sold. Signed copies at www.ChristophePourny.com
A photo posted by Architectural Digest Show (@addesignshow) on Jun 25, 2015 at 10:03am PDT
A photo posted by Julia Haney Montanez (@interiordecline) on Jun 25, 2015 at 10:54am PDT
Ok.. this is cool.. We found the "During Renovation" shots where the place looks like a bomb went off (the neighbors thought so - #SorryNotSorry) Let's just say there more a few sleepless nights. Notice the super chic ceiling fan! This project took #VISON !!! #MidRenovation #LondonTerraceTowers