Design elements of the building’s exterior are reflected in its lobby details and residence interiors—public foyers are embellished with custom wallpaper based on the design of the facade’s terracotta panels. Master bathrooms are tiled in an Empire-style rattan pattern in marble and porcelain, with Bianco Bello marble walls and countertops, vanities with micro-architectural fluting and faceting on the brushed nickel Lefroy Brooks fixtures. In the other bathrooms hive tile Calacatta marble accent walls, Bianco Beatriz vein-cut walls and vanities, and Calacatta tiling patterns that subtly echo the organic design of the building’s terracotta facade panels.
Every room displays the building’s nuanced mastery of materials and motif. A thoroughly modern residential building, deeply inspired by the scale, materials, and decorative elements of its historic precedents.
Combining the classic appeal of a pre-war residence with the expansive spaces of modern loft living, the interiors at 207 West 79th Street possess an air of relaxed refinement. These elegant and contemporary living spaces recalibrate the standard for gracious living on today’s Upper West Side.