James Stanley-Designer

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James Stanley, a New York-based designer, says he recently did a pop-art themed penthouse for a wealthy bachelor in Manhattan that was a flame-red living room with foosball and pool tables and a “ Star Wars”-themed bedroom room. “I’ve done a few outrageous places in the city for divorced fathers and bachelors, and it’s a fun thing to do because it’s like a second childhood” he says. “He went hog wild”
— By LAUREN SCKUKER BLUM and CANDACE JACKSON- The Wall Street Journal.
The Centurion, a New York condo designed by I.M Pei, hired interior designed Mr.Stanley to come up with plans for a third-floor duplex apartment attached to a commercial space on the market for $5.95 million. Mr. Stanley says he created two separate plans envisioning it for either a single female or male, including a two story pool with aquarium cutouts looking into the ground floor space, which could be a salon for a woman or a game room or billiard area for a male.
— By LAUREN SCKUKER BLUM and CANDACE JACKSON.- The Wall Street Journal.
 
At the centurion three penthouses has been envisioned by the designer James Stanley, whose video walk-through illustrates his design for a triplex with five bedrooms, two kitchens, three full baths, a media room, a private elevator, a three-story glass staircase, and a private spa.
 
More than 400 real estate professionals gathered at the Centurion Luxury Condominium to kicks off the season located at 33 West 56th Street. Oren Abekasis, Principle and manager of the Sponsor; on-site interior designer James Stanley, Julius Schwarz, Principle and manager of sponsor..
 
Developers can no longer have white box units on the market. Buyers want more than this,” says James Stanley. “Understanding the culture of Asia was key.” He used Clean lines and simple designs. Most of the furniture is custom-built but he also chose designer pieces. “Holly Hunt is one of my favourite designers for the Asian market because of the clean lines in the designs, and Robert Kuo also works.
— By LUCY WARWICK-CHING- The Financial Times UK.

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