This open-floor plan duplex is a unique split-level apartment that affords maximum use of space with unparalleled design features.
The suite entrance shows off the original two-storeys height of the unit, with a short set of stairs leading down to the main living space and on the left is a modern workstation with a high-back ergonomic executive chair plus large storage space. Downstairs is an ample living space, a separate fully equipped kitchen, a toilette, and French doors opening onto the building’s rear.
A refurbished antique workbench with four bar stools serves as a stylish dining area. Across from the dining area is a large glass brick window and hanging from the ceiling is a massive Louis XVI style cut glass chandelier by Claudio Alburnoz.
Comfortable and distinctive living room furnishings include a large sofa that can be made into a full sized bed, a two-winged full back antique re-upholstered chair, a large circular ottoman, an artisans cast iron coffee table base with a glass top, and a decorative fireplace.
A granite counter-topped kitchen is adjacent to the living room and has a large window allowing for natural light.
The iron and wooden staircase lead to the large upstairs open bedroom, which also includes a hand woven antique rug for wall decor.
A king size bed, antique bed side tables with onyx tops, an antique dresser with Louis XVI chairs, and a vintage English renaissance storage chest which doubles as a bench, complete these elegant bedroom furnishings. Directly offset from the bedroom is an impressive walk-in closet which is enclosed by opaque glass. Double paned French doors allow for natural light to illuminate the bedroom.The full bathroom receives natural light from two directions: a window made of glass brick and two open-turning side windows. It also includes a art nouveau angel-shapped hanging light fixture and large circular decorative mirror.
These luxurious contemporary features and antique furnishings are complemented by art from local Argentine artist Nadia Mastromauro.