ODP took on the challenge of transforming an 8,000 sq. ft. space into the owners’ vision of a “Fifth Ave/Park Ave-style” interior. Over a lifetime of traveling, the couple gathered exquisite pieces of art and furniture from around the world. These pieces became the catalyst from which ODP worked into the new condominium design.
The making of the residence took the study and understanding of two very particular styles. ODP meddled these styles in a stylistically correct manner while achieving the couples’ view. The designers started off by bringing in all traditionally accepted formal spatial layouts, materials and interior design elements, then simplifying these elements with modern aesthetic. The style is not considered transitional but rather a modernization of traditional design.
The balcony off to the side of the kitchen was a large architectural undertaking. To make this terrace, the Four Seasons Residential Tower’s exterior was altered to create floor-to-ceiling sliding glass windows. This huge gesture created an incredible terrace for the couple to dwell and engage the city. This custom designed residence is not only a rarity amongst other condominiums around the world, but is a one of kind dwelling amongst the condominiums in the Four Seasons Tower.