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A Champagne Makeover for a Rosario Candela Building Pad

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[All photos by Pieter Estersohn for Architectural Digest.]

Vicente Wolf is one of the go-to designers for wealthy New Yorkers, even those who live in Park Avenue Rosario Candela buildings where the bones are at odds with Wolf's often light and simple style. The January issue of Architectural Digest features one such apartment, a Park Avenue pad where, Wolf explains, the owners wanted "a glass of frothy Champagne" for their interior design. The resulting apartment is a mix of contemporary art?from the owners' extensive collection?reproductions of Russian antique chairs, and "a pale palette brightened by marine tones." Click through for the full set of photos.
· Vicente Wolf Brightens a New York Apartment [Architectural Digest]
· Inside a Renovated 3,200-Square-Foot Pad at Superior Ink [Curbed]