Alexander Wang is increasing his New York actual property portfolio, and—shock, shock—the style designer greatest identified for his streamlined, trendy types is now the proud proprietor of a modern dwelling in Westchester County. Wang bought the pavilion-style midcentury-modern home on a five-acre property for $1.85 million, Selection reports, effectively over its asking worth ($1.75 million).
The two,692-square-foot primary home is separated into three wings, every with a bed room and loo, and every lined with floor-to-ceiling home windows overlooking the luxurious yard and teardrop-shaped pool. There’s additionally a guesthouse over the storage.
In response to a 2013 WowHaus report, the house was designed in 1960 by two unnamed Bauhaus-trained architects. The ultramodern property, which additionally contains a Japanese backyard flanking the entryway, has reportedly required solely minimal updates within the 60 years since its development.
Wang’s new dwelling will doubtless provide the award-winning designer a relatively idyllic break from his primary residence within the coronary heart of Manhattan. His stylish, art-filled West Chelsea house overlooks the Hudson River and was a design collaboration between Wang and his longtime buddy, inside designer Ryan Korban. That abode, Wang told AD in 2017, marked a shift in his private decor philosophy: “It was time for a grown-up house that had a view, separate rooms, and slightly outside area—one thing extra cozy and intimate,” he stated, noting that Korban even satisfied him to department out past his unique plan to outfit the house in solely “50 shades of black.”