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Sasha Bikoff’s Tribeca Apartment.

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Hey Hey! Today I have a really special post for you. It’s the Tribeca home of Designer Sasha Bikoff. A few months ago, Sasha contacted me about shooting her portfolio for her, and maybe even sharing some of it on the blog. SURE, sounds awesome!  Sasha and Project Manager Raquel and I all became fast friends, and we started shooting a collection of her projects all around the city. I was totally excited about Sasha’s work. It’s eclectic and fun, and even when it’s serious it doesn’t take design seriously. Which is what I love about it. Sasha also has a background in Fine Arts, she studied Fine Arts and Art History at George Washington University and the American University in Paris. After graduation she began her career at Chelsea’s Gagosian Gallery where she worked for three years. She also created many of the paintings and drawings in her apartment, so of course, I love that.  Her triplex maisonette in the heart of Tribeca is a visual feast. She designed it with the idea of having large parties (which I hear are epic) and everything in it is collected from antique stores, galleries, auctions all over the world. It’s the ultimate bachelorette pad. Her aesthetic pulls from  the rich materials and bodily shapes of Italian and French mid century design with the fun pastels and color vibrancy of the Art Deco and Space Age. It’s a New York meets The Hampton’s, meets Miami/Palm Beach, and Palm Springs kinda vibe! 

Her apartment is a place that makes guests happy to be in, I know that’s how I feel when I’m there. Hope you enjoy the house tour, and stay tuned for  more. Sasha is only 25 years old and already has a great and varied body of work. She’s definitely one to watch, I give it a year, not even, before AD and Elle Decor are banging down the doors for her work!

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Cool, right?

Sasha’s site is launching soon, HERE. 

 

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Comments

  1. The space alone is amazing and I love what Sasha did to warm it up. A lot of designers miss the mark when filling a modern space….it often looks way too cold and modern. The mix she’s got here is perfect-does she need a house sitter? ;)

    The shot of the entry overhead w the bike killed me. More Sasha!!!!

  2. so good!!! Ok wait..did you take these pictures?? cause….um…they are really excellent.

  3. I will reblog this space on Friday…everyone needs to see!

  4. Leah says:

    such a cool space! love your photography.

  5. what a space. your shots are gorgeous!

  6. Bri says:

    Dude that bike shot is framing material. You killed it! I love the fact that everything she used was vintage and very unique. I think it makes the space more special and it gives that piece more meaning.

  7. This home is amazing! I am sitting here dumbfounded by all the coolness. I especially love her art choices. You did an excellent job shooting this space. I think Elle Decor will be knocking on YOUR door soon!

  8. Marielle says:

    sick!!!! love it all!

  9. This is amazing! You took some fantastic photos. I’m currently redecorating my apt and I found some maje inspiration. :)

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