The Greenwich Village Prewar is located on the seventh floor of a 1930s’ Bing & Bing apartment building designed by the architect Emery Roth. The apartment has been untouched since the 1930s and the clients wanted to completely update the apartment including the layout, while maintaining and respecting the existing architecture.

Unique details include a custom-designed Art Deco-inspired fireplace, built-in closet niches with casement doors, painterly wallpaper, and child-scaled hardware in the children’s room.


Design Team

Elizabeth Roberts
Ana Vazquez
Jessica Gould


The Result

A home with light-filled, open spaces and reimagined historical details.

Architecture | Interiors | Objects