This 3,000-sf, two-bedroom Buckhead pied-a-terre embodies the cosmopolitan mien of a Manhattan pre-war apartment. The gracious foyer with its patterned-marble floor serves as the nexus into public living spaces and the central spine that spans the residence. In the combined living room/dining room, panels slide close to hide the L-shaped kitchen, which has an island that accommodates four for casual dining. The paneled study invites relaxation, with a mirrored wet bar opposite the fireplace and side bookcase. Throughout the apartment, deep thresholds, stylized moulding and paneling, and coffered ceilings impart elegance and refinement.
Photographer: Emily Followill
Interior Design: The Design Atelier