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Domino apartment unveiled on the Upper West Side
Nov 9, 2015

Domino magazine, working with Kapito Muller, has premiered a newly redesigned residence in The Chatsworth, a historic Upper West Side landmark building in New York. The magazine selected Alyssa Kapito and Vivian Muller of Kapito Muller for their “stylish yet approachable aesthetic,” which appeals to a range of buyers. The four-bedroom residence has been transformed into a contemporary and livable home for New York families.

Domino apartment unveiled on the Upper West Side
Alyssa Kapito and Vivan Muller

“We invited Domino and Kapito Muller to create an ideal residence in a building that has been thoughtfully restored by the developer, HFZ Capital Group,” said James Lansill, senior managing director of Corcoran Sunshine. “The results give a fresh perspective on interior design.”

Domino apartment unveiled on the Upper West Side Domino apartment unveiled on the Upper West Side
Above and below: Residence 1008 at The Chatsworth, staged by Domino 

Domino apartment unveiled on the Upper West Side
The interior design firm was founded in 2012, and its work has appeared in Elle Decor, Architectural Digest, New York Cottages & Gardens, and MYDomaine. The principals are also monthly contributors to Domino’s website.

Residence 1008 at The Chatsworth is a four-bath, four-bedroom home with four-direction exposure, courtesy of eight large windows. Notable features include coffered ceilings, solid white oak herringbone floors and custom millwork throughout the space. It is on the market for $6,725,000.

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