Located in the Flatiron District, this apartment occupies almost 3,000 square feet of a pre-war building built in 1908. Accentuating the apartment’s ten-foot ceilings, oak-plank floors and eight-foot, mahogany-encased windows, Bradley built his design around these attributes. He removed dark wood paneling and adopted a light, creamy color palette to take advantage of the high ceilings. The fireplace was made larger and Bradley chose a sand-colored travertine for the hearth and mantle. Custom built-ins and a comfy sectional for casual entertaining and movie nights in the media room were made. In the kitchen, a custom 18-foot long rosewood cabinetry features pristine white glass countertops. The master bath is stunningly clad in stone, featuring a thermo-masseur tub and imported Dornbracht fittings. Each room is a collection of vintage and modern furniture assembled not only for their beauty, but also for their function to create a look that blends the client’s aesthetic with the sophistication and elegance of Bradley’s World Modern point of view.