Just when Atlanta high-rise condo design was starting to feel stale, along comes this daringly decorated unit atop the Four Seasons in Midtown that infuses 18th-Century architectural elements from an actual Paris apartment.
Those Parisian pieces include Beaux Arts trim, moldings, and panels, which mingle among these 2,100 square feet with modern luxuries like Philipe Starck furnishings, Miele appliances, Dornbracht fixtures, and one impossibly thick slab of seamless marble. (How they’d get that up the elevator?)
The result is touted as "Paris Meets Peachtree," though a few aspects look more "Kanye West Fashion Week Fever Dream," but the uniqueness here (like the arctic palette) is refreshing. It listed this week at $1.59 million.
The building has stood over 14th Street since 1992, and the renovation four years ago was clearly one serious purge. Some might quibble that the herringbone flooring of French oak and custom Italian Poliform cabinetry clash with such as abundance of track-lighting. Another gripe could be white-wall and marble overkill.
But three-bedroom flats in this building rarely become available, per the listing agent, so maybe those qualms could be cured by a visit from Sherwin Williams.
- Unit 4320, 75 14th St. NE [KORA]