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Timeless elegance in NoMad

277 Fifth Avenue is located in NYC’s NoMad district and sits at the epicenter of fashion, technology, entertainment and residential living. To complement the architecture by Rafael Viñoly and contemporary interiors by Jeffrey Beers International, Uprise Art curated one-of-a-kind works by more than twenty artists for the building’s lobby, amenity spaces, and select private residences. Each piece reflects the elegance of the building and offers a warm welcome home to residents.

Photos by Genevieve Garruppo

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Scott Sueme (left) & Karina Bania (right)
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Brooke Holm
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Laura Berman
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“We wanted to make a building that is timeless and that contributes to the ongoing transformation of Fifth Avenue — a unique and amazing promenade in the heart of New York City.”

— Rafael Viñoly, Architect

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Elisa Gomez
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Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey
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Senem Oezdogan
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Senem Oezdogan
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“Uprise Art worked intimately with the designers to hand-select each piece of art, bringing together all of the architectural and design elements to create a story of luxury and sophistication, and bring life to the building.”

— Anthony Ferrone

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Hyun Jung Ahn
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Brooke Holm
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Lydia Bassis
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Xochi Solis
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“I believe that good design is the intersection of art and intelligence. These homes are the perfect combination of both.”

— Jeffrey Beers, Interior Architect

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Senem Oezdogan
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Sinziana Velicescu
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Tony "Rubin 415" Sjöman
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Colleen Ho (left) & Holly Addi (right)
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“I wanted to be respectful of the building and design the interiors in a way that conveys warmth, like I would my own home.”

— Jeffrey Beers, Interior Architect

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Holly Addi
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Gail Tarantino
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Diana Delgado
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Linda Colletta
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“The design brings out the best of the architecture and makes the interiors a softer version of the building’s simplicity and elegance.”

— Jeffrey Beers, Interior Architect

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Linda Colletta

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