Neal Beckstedt Studio is a boutique architecture and interior design firm offering comprehensive services for residential and commercial clients. For each project, the studio creates uniquely modern spaces that are infused with warmth and ease. This signature style of warm modernism is achieved through a mix of vintage, contemporary, and custom pieces. The studio prides itself on timeless, elegant, and functional environments that are reflective of the client’s lifestyle. Have a look at some projects here!
This Chelsea loft was renovated and designed by Neal Beckstedt Studio for a bachelor who wanted a home fit for entertaining as well as a comfortable space to relax. This luxe meets loft designed apartment was achieved by blending contrasting elements in both the architecture and interior design which imparts a warm and inviting space that is both a quiet retreat and a place to gather with friends.
West Chelsea Residence
Located in the iconic Jean Nouvel building in West Chelsea, this home was decorated for eyewear designer Robert Marc and his partner. The two-bedroom apartment, with sweeping views overlooking the Hudson River and the neighboring Frank Gehry’s IAC building, was carefully curated with the homeowner’s extensive collection of vintage furnishings.
Gramercy Park Residence
This Gramercy Park apartment was fully gutted for longtime client and fashion designers Derek Lam and Jan-Hendrik Schlottmann. Overlooking Gramercy Park at the tree level, integrating nature became a predominant direction for the design. The entire living room, dining room, and library were clad in French-limed oak paneling to create the sense of being in the midst of the trees.
Neal Beckstedt Studio
As a showroom and creative space, Neal Beckstedt Studio’s Chelsea offices were designed to be a reflection of their refined, yet warm brand of modernism. The space needed to be an expression of how they work – straightforward and functional.
The design goal for this light-filled Nolita penthouse was to maintain the clean lines of the open floorplan. The color palette was kept neutral and a variety of textures like leather, shearling and cashmere were introduced to marry the old and new together in a modern and comfortable setting.
Tapped by DDG Partners to stage the penthouse in their new building Xoco, Neal Beckstedt Studio transformed the expansive four-bedroom home into an elegant retreat infused with modern sophistication and ease. Known for his signature laid-back warm modernism and his integration of architecture and decoration, Neal has designed a casually elegant space that is uniquely downtown.
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