House Beautiful, Town&Country and Veranda magazines create three living spaces to present the 4th-annual Designer Visions program.
The Hearst titles along with their interior designer partners have create stylized homes inspired by classic films set in New York City on the 58th floor of Gwathmey Siegel's Setai Fifth Avenue Residences.
Designer Phoebe Howard for House Beautiful took inspiration from Something’s Gotta Give; Steven Gambrel for Town&Country used Six Degrees of Separation; and Richard Hallberg for Veranda used Wall Street.
Something’s Gotta Give
Six Degrees of Separation
Hearst Magazines will host an opening night event on October 12. Various events will be held in the spaces through the end of the year.
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