First Avenue Residence
A new oak floor for the ground-floor dining area was part of the renovation.
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Not wanting to distract from their client’s artwork or the arched windows, the designers were particular about the lighting selections. Each floor has one type of sculptural fixture that plays off the art collection and architecture and sets a distinct tone. Over the dining table, they hung a dramatic Vitis pendant by Rich Brilliant Willing. Because the dining table will remain in a fixed spot, they were able to dangle the striking rope-like cords down below head-grazing level. The sculptural fixture stands out, but because it’s white, it also blends in with the architecture in a pleasing way.