Stefan Boublil Blends Cowboy Chic & Monastery-Approved Austerity
By: Alexandru Mares -
Published: Sep 4, 2009 Updated: Jul 13 2011 • References: theapt
Stefan Boublil's interior design for this metropolitan tower in New York City combines several styles to maximize the stunning views of Central Park. The building was erected in the 80s, so the main theme is dominated by design trends of that time.
The blend of rustic wood and contemporary minimalism adds a monastery/cowboy ranch feel to the design. It's perfectly suited for a family of four with two children.
Implications - Who new that rustic designs were not only for country houses? This contemporary rugged abode goes to show just how stunning a ranch-like home can be in the middle of a bustling city.