Sutton Place is one of New York's most charming neighborhoods. This apartment is part of a six-story wood framed building designed in 1925 by noted architects Mann and MacNeille. 2Michaels designed the project with attention to historical details, creating an environment that feels as though it had never been touched. Mirrors cleverly placed in the transoms to bounce light and to bring a feeling of transparency. The wide arch ways provide necessary storage. A non-operating dumb waiter blocked a corner of the kitchen, it was carefully removed to allow for a pantry, a built in refrigerator and a clean sweep of upper cabinets in an elegantly square room. The furnishings are a mixture of 20th century design Gio Ponti, Pier-Luigi Giordani, Hans Wegner, Mart Stam, and Edward Wormley. Rare Stillnovo sconces add a sculptural element to the walls. Art is by Sam Samore, Keith Edmeir, Federico Vegas, Eugene Pizzuto, Emilio Sanchez, and Will Horwitt.