The first monograph on GRADE New York, an architecture and design studio dedicated to creating artistically curated environments in a cutting-edge contemporary setting.
Architect Thomas Hickey and interior designer Edward Yedid partnered to establish GRADE New York as a unique practice where architecture and interiors merge into a seamless continuum. Within their refined and beautifully proportioned spaces, a meticulously curated selection of furnishings, contemporary art, and exquisite objects create a luxurious and personal environment for their clients.
New York Contemporary presents seven apartments in the most glamorous condominium buildings in Manhattan, including a penthouse at Place 57, a pied-à-terre at 551 West 21st Street by Norman Foster, and 56 Leonard Street by Herzog & de Meuron. A special feature is an in-depth look at Edward Yedid’s own duplex on Madison Avenue, where the principles of structuring and curating the space have created a sleek but warm and inviting home for his family.