Ethelind Coblin Architect

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333 Central Park West

Located in a stately neo-classical Landmark, this apartment was perfectly suited for this family of four and their large book collection. Our goal was to maintain its prewar character while meeting their very specific needs. The wall between the Kitchen and dining room came down and in its place we added cabinetwork for dinnerware that could be accessed from either side. A living room and study overlooking Central Park were combined into one large living area, perfect for their grand piano. The Hall leading to the Living area became a Library with the creation of custom cabinet work that runs along its extensive length. A Living Room alcove became a home office. All of this a perfect setting for this family’s unique style.