One of the greatest things about working at ILevel is that we often get to collaborate with some of the best interior designers in New York City. When it comes time for an art installation in a client’s home, they want to make sure the pieces are arranged in a way that make sense visually, that they’re hung evenly and securely, and that the art is properly lit, so they give us a call to ensure the project is done right.
What’s so spectacular about working on art installations with different interior designers is seeing the many ways apartments in New York City can be furnished and decorated to the nines. One example: the project below, which we worked on with designer Harry Heissman, recently featured in New York Social Diary. The home is the Upper East Side apartment of high-end party planner Harriette Rose Katz, owner of Gourmet Advisory Services. Her home is just as opulent as the events she’s become known for, and she had a beautiful collection of antique clocks, gilded mirrors, baroque sconces and lots of art, which we hung strategically throughout the space.