The Real Deal New York

Inside designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz’s Chelsea home

The designer devised a white and stainless-steel palette for his entire interior

March 15, 2014 02:00PM
By Michele Keith

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Myriad textures — like sheepskin and acrylic — within a white palette create a serene yet welcoming feel (Photo: Marc Scrivo)

Myriad textures — like sheepskin and acrylic — within a white palette create a serene yet welcoming feel (Photo: Marc Scrivo)

From Luxury Listings NYC: Interior designer Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz loved his home on West 43rd Street: He was on the 43rd floor, with an incredible view of the Hudson River, and the building had a state-of-the-art gym. But after watching the events of 9/11 play out from the bedroom window, he and his husband, Steven Wine, the founder of ABYU Lighting — which specializes in creative, custom designs — decided it was time to make a change. “No more high floors,” he said. [more]

  • Charlotte Friedman

    Does he live in it or does he just look at it? not a book a cup or anything to make it look lived in.

  • Sophia Cicilioni

    Benjamin – this home is even more beautiful than 43rd street. Forever a fan…..!

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