Daily Dream Home: Upper East Side Home

Living in Manhattan allows access to different types of lifestyles. Ascending on the social ladder presents new opportunities, like the possibility of buying stunning properties in the city. If you are looking for an amazing home to inspire you, check out this Manhattan Dream Home designed by architect Paul Rudolph. What was once a 19th-century carriage house in Manhattan’s Upper East Side was transformed in the 60s into a luxurious four story contemporary residence.

Owned by fashion designer Halston and late German-born industrialist and photographer Gunter Sachs, this stunning residence has seen a few alterations under each owner. This last owner installed white oak floors and glass balustrades on the mezzanine and catwalk. Subtle elegance was infused in every public and private space of the house, creating a highly contemporary atmosphere. Floor-to-ceiling windows and a large skylight floods the interiors with natural light. Details preserve a sense of style, allowing owners to add or remove decorative accents for a better expression of their lifestyle.

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