Stefania wanted to keep faith with the 1880s architecture of a Catskill mountain town. 

Gutted the from ground up, with labor and materials drawn from local sources, the space remains true to its farmhouse heritage.

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It began with the questions: "What does the space call for? What does it deserve?" We answered.


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Almost every piece of art and furniture, down to the cabinetry, vanities, and bathtub, were custom-created for the space.

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An interplay of wood, with brass, copper, bronze, and steel accent the space.