Interior Design

No Jacket Required: Coming Home to Art

It isn’t every street that, just by virtue of its name, conjures up a particular way of life. But ever since most of Fourth Avenue was renamed for the planted medians in the center of the boulevard, “Park Avenue” has been shorthand for traditional Upper East Side wealth and privilege. Case in?point: an apartment in a 1926 building by Schwartz and Gross. “The layout was old-world. Very front-of-house and back-of-house,” Taryn Christoff of Christoff Finio Architecture says.


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Inside Anika Proskurowski and Ken Natori's Not One, But Two Stunning Homes Featured In Lonny

When you're the son of fashion designer Josie Natori, you're bound to have some eclectic taste. But when Ken Natori met his wife Anika Proskurowski, the couple had to combine his urban upbringing and her breezy personality to make not one, but two homes flow together. It wasn't easy, but as we see in the June issue of Lonny magazine, they were able to create dream havens.