Domino magazine, a resource entirely devoted to the home, recently featured an Upper East Side Duplex with a Niche modern pendant chandelier. The 2,500-square-foot post-war penthouse designed by StudioLAB underwent a gut remodel to open up the floor plan and create a light-filled, modern apartment. By knocking down walls, decorating with a neutral palette, and adding bold, contemporary pieces throughout the space, the Manhattan-based design firm was able to bring both functionality and personality to this home.
In the dining room, a Pack-6 Modern Chandelier creates a stunning centerpiece above the stained ash dining table by Cliff Young. The Pack Canopy boasts tightly grouped bouquets of the Helio and Pharos pendant, as featured in this apartment. The cluster of Pharos pendants in Smoke glass brings warmth to the space while complementing the warm-toned art piece and the green accents found in the upholstered chairs. Hanging from varying drop lengths, the Pharos pendants create a unique fixture in this modern dining room for both the homeowners and their guests to enjoy.
Project Name Upper East Duplex
Location Manhattan, New York
Interior Designer StudioLAB
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