While overseeing the construction of one of his most iconic creations, the Guggenheim Museum, Frank Lloyd Wright lived in a luxurious apartment at the famed Plaza Hotel and Residences in New York City from 1954 to 1959.
Now the most recent owners are the editor of DuJour magazine Lisa and her husband James Cohen, and their new residence is flush with romantic memories and Art Deco-inspired glamour.
Now, the interiors boast bright, window-lined rooms, 13-foot ceilings, Venetian plaster walls, hardwood and stone flooring, and custom-made moldings.
The elegant foyer with an art deco style.
Living and Dining Room
The living room overlooking Central Park and Fifth Avenue.
The dining room overlooking Central Park and Fifth Avenue.
Sunny kitchen with sleek appliances. This is a luxury kitchen in black and white.
In the master suite, there’s plenty of space for a sitting area. The master suite also has spectacular views of the park and includes a private dressing room and a large bath with mosaic tilework.
The beautiful mosaic-tiled tub in the master bath.
Some of the advantages of living in this fantastic apartment are a 24-hour doorman, a concierge, maid service, in-room dining, valet parking, and private storage are just some of the perks of living in the Plaza, not to mention all of the shops, salons, and dining spots downstairs in the lobby.
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