Monday, March 16, 2009

1200 Fifth Avenue - part 1


Furniture and Decor - Modernica Free Form sofa, Womb chair by Eero Saarinen, Ox chair by Hans Wegner, glass pieces & lamp by Blenko, Chillewich shades by the Shade Store, Danish modern drum coffee table with glass top, George Nelson cigar bubble lamps, Walnut wall-mounted bar cabinet by Johnson Furniture (1956) attributed to designer Renzo Rutili, Mosaic wall sconce with colored glass inserts by Hubbardton Forge, Lightolier arc task light, and hanging lamp (1958) attributed to Harry Bertoia. 

Built-ins (background) - Designed and built exclusively by Greene Furniture, the window boxes that run from wall to wall hide the PTAC (Packaged Thermal Air Conditioner) unit and feature 1" Travertine top with custom solid Brass vent inlay and solid 1" thick oiled Rosewood facade panels that are removable for easy access to the PTAC unit.  We installed built-in Rosewood and Travertine PTAC covers in 6 of the home's 10 rooms.  In this room, the Rosewood panels have 2 cubby boxes with recessed lighting and are used to display sculpture.  The lighting runs on its own dimmer switch.


  1. Excuse me, no mention of the fabulous interior designer for this project? :)

  2. The interior designer on this project is amazing, talented, visionary, professional, and inspirational. I'm honored to work with him on his projects and credit his tutelage for much of my growth as a designer. I look forward to completing many, many more projects with him in the years to come. Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you Mr. Robert Fodor...

  3. For those interested in consulting with Robert Fodor regarding a decorating project please contact him at: