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Designer Visit: Fiyel Levent and Rebecca Thienes in Manhattan

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Designer Visit: Fiyel Levent and Rebecca Thienes in Manhattan

Francesca Connolly May 04, 2011

New York-based architect Fiyel Levent and interior designer Rebecca Thienes recently collaborated on a pied-a-terre in the iconic Manhattan House on New York's Upper East Side. With only three months to complete the project, Levent and Theines relied primarily on quick-ship and in-stock items from retailers like Design Within Reach and Knoll to achieve the crisp minimal interiors that reflect the heritage of the 1950s landmarked building.

Interior photographs by Miha Matei.

Above: The lobby of Manhattan House.

Above: A custom mirror from BDDW in the entryway with a Pappalino Floor Mat from Just Scandinavian.

Above: The Bensen Canyon Sofa is from the Conran Shop; the Breuer Laccio coffee and side tables are from Knoll.

Above: A Tolomeo Floor Lamp stands behind a Le Corbusier LC3 Chair from Cassina.

Above: The Haller credenza from USM functions as a bookcase and a casual bar.

Above: A photograph from Bing Wright's Windows series is the focal point of the living space.

Above: A Lady Costanza Lamp from Luceplan is centered over the Alias Table with red Sprite Chairs from Knoll to create an intimate dining area.

Above: In the bedroom vestibule, a custom BBDW mirror hangs over a marble-topped Piero Lissoni console.

Above: The bedroom furniture is all sourced from Design Within Reach.

Above: A red Eames Molded Plywood Lounge Chair adds a dash of color to an otherwise neutral bedroom.

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