Who could imagine an apartment in the centre of New York with a modern and urbane interpretation of Greco-Roman tradition? The décor itself is rather simple and classical but the details are amazing and unusual – towering cast iron Corinthian columns, Roman-like furniture in the bathroom, globe-like chandeliers, a silver wing, a tribute to Hermes and all ingenuity. The space is open and very modern despite of pretty ancient details – Arcadian by day, bacchanalian by night. Even the kid’s room continues the style with the help of a big tree that reminds of ivy. The space turned out to be chic and amazing, thanks to all these ancient Greco-Roman details.