Kips Bay Show House features O’More Alum Jonathan Savage

Kips Bay Show House interior design alum Jonathan Savage, interior design in Nashville, TN, CIDA interior design school.

Kips Bay Show House features O’More Alum Jonathan Savage

This year’s Kips Bay Decorator Show House, open May 2 through June 1 at 125 East 65th Street [Manhattan] is a brick Georgian designed by Charles Platt, a self-taught classical architect, landscape architect and artist, at the turn of the 19th century. From the mid-1940s until a few years ago, the house was the headquarters of the China Institute in America, and is now on the market for $26.8 million (at 35 feet wide, it’s known as a superwide in broker parlance). Inside, 18 designers have expressed themselves on five floors, including a garden level.

O’More Interior Design alum Jonathan Savage (’08) designed the two-story staircase and landing, laid in a Southern-style chinoiserie wallpaper with hand-sculpted plaster motifs by MJ Ateliers.

To read the article posted at The New York Times, click here.

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