200 Amsterdam is redefining the New York City skyline as the tallest skyscraper on Manhattan’s Upper West Side. An homage to the iconic architecture lining Central Park West, the Elkus Manfredi, and CetraRuddy-designed luxury condominium demonstrates a bold fusion of classic and contemporary. Now, nearly complete, 200 Amsterdam has just unveiled the first look inside the highly anticipated building with a bold, design-forward model residence by celebrated interior designer Jarvis Wong, founder of JARVISSTUDIO.
Hailing from the fashion world, Jarvis Wong curated residence 6C, a 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home spanning nearly 2,500 square feet, with an aesthetic reminiscent of the building’s location in the heart of the Upper West Side, steps from Lincoln Center. This cultural institution, in particular, prompted Jarvis’ curated selection of vintage and contemporary pieces, whimsical art, and vibrant patterns and color palette as he drew inspiration from its A-list performances, artists and costumes.
To combine classic with contemporary, Jarvis Wong integrated a selection of vintage and modern furnishings and accessories to complement the pre-war-inspired layout of the home. Bold colors, statement patterns, and a variety of textures and materials fill the residence with dynamic energy.
Wallcoverings by Rubelli, Phillip Jeffries and Pierre Frey bring warmth and texture to space, complemented by a mix of vintage and modern furnishings upholstered in sumptuous fabrics from Jim Thompson, Pierre Fray and Holland & Sherry. The Great Room, which boasts soaring ceilings and abundance of natural light, features a striking burgundy carpet from Sacco pops underneath the RH sofa upholstered in Noblis fabric and vintage swivel chairs upholstered in Pierre Frey fabric.
Jarvis brought in a playful array of Hive’s La Marie chairs and a custom Barrett Hill banquette for the kitchen, decorating the walls above with Fornasetti plates. Matouk bedding is used throughout the bedrooms, complemented by custom furniture pieces and beautiful wall coverings and drapes. The interior designer’s goal for the residence was to make you feel as though you are in “a cocoon of a beautifully designed space”.