150 East 78th Street, designed by the award-winning Robert A.M Stern Architects, conveys an architectural language steeped in classicism. Limestone, brick, metal and glass work in concert to form a gorgeous composition. The lushness of the materiality is boosted by specific details including double-height arched windows, voussoir brickwork and french balconies. Numerous levels of amenities are attentively programmed to embrace a modern lifestyle.
150 East 78th Street features interiors by AD100 designer Robert Couturier. Paris-born and a local of the Upper East Side for years, Mr. Couturier is perfectly suited to craft the residential and amenity interiors. As Couturier’s first fully-commissioned residential building, the residences at 150 East 78th Street offer masterful features that evoke the building’s architecture and location. Every residence features a kitchen collaboration by Couturier and master kitchen designer, Christopher Peacock.
The building embraces half-floor and full-floor homes, as well as full-floor and duplex penthouses. Penthouses feature private terraces and glass conservatories framed with ornate metalwork, detailed with classical pilasters and fluted metal panels, as well as sophisticated entablatures and cornices. At the top, windows and terraces offer expansive views of the Upper East Side, the Midtown skyline, and Central Park.