Vicente Wolf Takes It Over the Top at Union Square

published Jun 15, 2011
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Standing at the Union Square farmers’ market, the cast iron arches of the former headquarters of Tiffany and Company always made me swoon. This week, I had the pleasure of viewing them from the inside out.

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The 19th century manufacturing, office and showroom space has been transformed into a monument to large-scale living. The 16-foot ceilings are enough to stop one dead in their tracks.

Vicente Wolf thoroughly assumed his role as designer for the 36-unit building. He took on everything from doorknobs to sink fixtures to the pool in the basement.

Yes, it’s house porn taken to a new level, but it’s good to be informed of the extremes! There’s always an idea to borrow and apply to one’s own home.

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    • Moroso Furniture for most of the rooms
    • West Elm for children’s bedroom
    • Witzenhausen Gallery loaned all the art
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Images: Jill Slater