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Saturday
May042013

Irving's home

Perched above the streets of New York is the home of Irving Diaz-Burg. "The apartment is in a new construction, utilitarian high-rise building by Toll Brothers' located at 110 Third Avenue, with floor to ceiling windows and amounts to a well-considered 850 square feet," writes Irving who works in  architecture as a Project Coordinator and Marketing Manager. It's not hard to see how Irving has honed his fabulous sense of style. "I have been working in high-end architecture and interiors for a number of years.  I was an art history major with a practical background ranging from furniture specification, to whole event planning to assisting project managers on all levels of organization and project actualization.  This has been a great outlet for my creativity, organizational and social skills ..." What a wonderful contemporary apartment Irving! Super stylish living in the Big Apple. And for all the readers who will want to know what and where and how to get their hands on various pieces in the pictures you'll find a comprehensive resource list here. You wouldn't expect anything else from a Project Coordinator ;)

Reader Comments (2)

Love the pops of colour and timber worked with the greys and neutrals - So contemporary and classy, yet fun and relaxed at the same time?? Modernist touches in the furniture too - LOVE the single chair with graphic patterns and quirkly glass lampbase with exaggerated shade together!

5 May 2013 | Unregistered CommenterMaria

Loving the livingroom. The couch looks so comfy and the rug makes the space look very warm and cozy. Also..same lamp, yes? http://www.instylemodern.com/Arco-Style-Lamp-Round-Marble-Base-p/1132.htm

5 May 2013 | Unregistered Commentertherese

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