New York High line Penthouse

A completed project in a 2,500 sq ft  luxury loft apartment in West Chelsea. Nestled among a sea of hip art galleries, This dwelling is a  contemporary condo overlooking one of the hottest attractions in NYC – the High Line.

While most of the building’s exterior is stainless steel panels designed to beautifully reflect light shifts and seasonal changes, apartment interiors offer sleek, minimalist architecture with 9’8″ high ceilings, geometric window arrangements and plenty of light.

A Fusion of His & Her Styles

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The master bedroom project incorporated the fusion of two personal styles.  Designer Samantha Knapp of Tiger Lily's Greenwich was charged with the task of blending the best of His-and-Her style with old and new items for this luxury New York City apartment.

The result is a cozy but spacious bedroom that balances the client’s love for modern yet traditional design sensibilities. The color palette and texture in this room are tied to the rest of the home, yet it is decidedly more modern than other living spaces, such as the master bathroom.

18 Gramercy Park

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Anyone fortunate to see inside the new 18 Gramercy park New York luxury development is immediately surrounded by an impeccable display of contemporary design, and elegance. Zeckendorf Development and Robert A.M. Stern Architects have done an amazing job of restoring this 1927 building into a gracious new parkside home in the city.

New York Luxury Loft

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We recently attended the launch of Developer Jonathon Carroll's Soho Penthouse, which has just been placed on the market with Kane Manera of Douglas Elliman Luxury lofts.  The space was impeccably renovated by Australian-born architect Sally Rigg and was obviously designed for someone who loves to entertain and throw lavish parties.  There is  an abundance of windows and natural light flooding through. This Cool New York Luxury loft  just might be one of the best seats to experience the 4th of July fireworks on The Hudson River. See more pictures at designer Carolyn Cerminara's Blog. 

A Rebuilding Story

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In 2012 Wellbuilt Company had the honor of participating on a renovation project in Wilton, Connecticut for Town & Country Editor-In-Chief, Jay Fielden. The beautiful, midcentury home was almost lost completely in 2010 when an electrical fire destroyed almost everything inside. Fortunately, Jay, his wife Yvonne and their three children escaped unharmed. Perhaps not ironically, most of Jay's collection of architecture books survived the fire but if you look closely you can still see the smoky silhouettes on them.

Wellbuilt's role was part of a larger collaboration with a number of brilliant designers and builder, but our primary focus consisted of the manufacture and installation of a custom master walk-in closet, designed by Melanie Charlton at Clos-ette llc.

Read the story published New York Times.

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Aspen Lakes Ranch

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Aspen Lakes Ranch was built in 2009 under the project management of Scott Lumby, when he was working under the master builder john olson builders. The developer of this grand estate was Bob bowden of Bowden property. The 15,000 square foot estate juxtaposes minimal design with a rugged mountain exterior creating what is arguably the most elegant log cabin known to mankind. The grand main house features seven over-sized bedrooms, 8 1/2 baths, breathtaking mountain views, 32 foot tall soaring ceilings and a state-of-the-art movie. The 8.9-acre property also includes a guest house, pool, two man-made ponds and multiple waterfalls