Downtown Manhattan’s new Scandinavian-inspired building, the Morris Adjmi-designed FÖRENA, offers the first look inside with two warm and inviting model residences by Urban Casa.
Design expert, Neila Deen and her firm, Urban Casa envisioned homes with a modern aesthetic and deep textures. They made use of wallpaper with rich colors, different wood finishes, neutral-colored bedding as well as various custom artwork. One design detail that really stands out is the green wallpaper by Graham and Brown from the Palais collection. The wallpaper combines deep rich color with a hint of gold in the design. Urban Casa used this to subtly mix in some gold detailing within the other furniture pieces in the bedroom. Neila Deen also layered it with neutrals so that the wallpaper can really stick out.
Urban Casa’s work in these models complements Morris Adjmi’s Scandinavian sensibility within the building that is calming yet elegant and refined. These homes are designed as peaceful retreats to offer owners an escape from the hustle and bustle of downtown. The residences also feature fluid layouts with graceful proportions that adapt to any lifestyle – making this home attractive to any sort of buyer – with ceiling heights ranging up to 13 feet, and oversized windows allowing for ample sunlight.
Sales are handled by Million Dollar Listing star Fredrik Eklund and The Tuinstra Davis Team at Douglas Elliman. Occupancy is expected in Q1 2022.
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