DiGuiseppe Architect is an International Hotel and Resort Design firm, with offices in New York, Boca Raton, and upstate New York in Stone Ridge. And today, New York Design Agenda is going to show you the best projects of this amazing design firm. Take a look:
This 89 room boutique hotel has been developed in the heart of the oldest leather and shoemaking district in olde New York dating back to the late 1690s. The design of the hotel pays a nod to this history while centering on art and zen. The hotel boasts an innovative yoga master studio and a two-story bar/lounge with spectacular views of downtown Manhattan.
The family-owned Brazilian Portuguese Ipanema restaurant in Midtown Manhattan was founded in 1979 and wanted to move to a bigger location. The project scope included the complete interior architecture of the two-story space and a new storefront according to their brand concept. The client wanted a design that reflected the fusion of the family’s cultural heritage using fine materials, sophisticated elegant finishes, dark wood, and custom feature millwork piece
184 Joralemon Street, the former Brooklyn Law School residence in Brooklyn Heights, a 1901 Beaux Arts building was entered into Landmark Status in the fall of 2012. DiGuiseppe Architect converted this 12 story building into 23 two bedroom rental apartments and 1 unique ground floor studio, as well as provided all Landmarks filings and drawings.
This 4500 square foot apartment occupies a full upper floor on the Upper East Side. Designed for a family of four, the client wanted all new furniture, finishes, kitchen, and baths to have unusual finishes, sophisticated lighting and the amenities of the best hotel rooms that they have experienced.
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