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YINJISPACE use media professional’s unique perspective,try to explore the essence of life behind the design works.

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Ronen Lev

Clinton Hill Townhouse

New York City-based design firm Ronen Lev’s founders Jessica Wilpon Kamel and Christina Akiskalou have a way with New York homes. The design duo have built a portfolio sensitively nudging these homes into the present through agelessly elegant interiors. Briefed by the young, creative clients to envisage a home full of colour and “unlike anything they’ve seen before,” Ronen Lev have channelled unexpected patterns, vivid artwork and an esteemed furniture curation. 

Named after its location, the Clinton Hill Townhouse is a four-story 1850s townhouse brought to life by careful references to European vintage design pieces. Inside, the dining room features a vintage marble oval table, dining chairs and custom shelving by Ronen Lev. An original fireplace in the center of the room and artwork by a young Brooklyn painter subtly separate the dining space from the living room.

The parlour floor – the second floor in historic New York brownstones and townhouses accessed through the building’s front steps – is always the most luxurious. These grand rooms are often filled with period detailing such as high ceilings, stone fireplaces, large street-facing windows and ornate ceiling work. Ronen Lev founder Jessica Wilpon Kamel explains that she and Christina deliberately restricted the amount of furniture in this room, allowing each piece to shine in its own right.

Layers of blush and terracotta in the primary bedroom evoke warmth, providing the client with their own sanctuary away from the rest of the home. As for both children’s rooms, Jessica admits these two rooms were the most significant challenge she faced when redesigning the home. They wanted these rooms to feel like a place the kids would feel comfortable and would want to spend time in. Jessica didn’t want them to feel like they were ‘decorated’ but instead a room that would inspire them to feel uniquely themselves. With this in mind, Ronen Lev approached these rooms through a playful design lens, selecting soft, rounded furniture and vibrant green and yellow hues.
 

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