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.
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.”
Above and below: Residence 1008 at The Chatsworth, staged by Domino
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.