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Neal Beckstedt

       Neal Beckstedt Studio is a boutique architecture and interior design firm offering comprehensive services for residential and commercial clients. For each project the studio creates uniquely modern spaces that are infused with warmth and ease.
       Born and raised in rural Ohio, Neal opened his namesake studio in New York City in 2010 after working as an architect and designer in the city for over ten years. His first project landed on the cover of New York Spaces, and in 2012 Neal was selected by Architectural Digest as”One to Watch”.
       Notable projects include residences for fashion designer Derek Lam and multiple collaborations with eyewear designer Robert Marc. Neal’s work has been published in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, The New York Times, Luxe, and New York Magazine, among others.
       This signature style of warm modernism is achieved through a mix of vintage, contemporary and custom pieces. The studio prides itself on timeless, elegant and functional environments that are reflective of the client’s lifestyle.

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    Design Works

    • 108 Leonard Penthouse

      To celebrate 30 years of cool Decor, Elle Decor invited a-list interior designer Neal Beckstedt to make the Decor -- a real home that reflects the style and craftsmanship of their magazine projects.
    • XOCO Penthouse

      Tapped by DDG Partners to stage the penthouse in their new building Xoco, Neal Beckstedt Studio transformed the expansive four-bedroom home into an elegant retreat infused with modern sophistication and ease. Known for his signature laid-back warm modernism and his integration of architecture and decoration, Neal has designed a casually elegant space that is uniquely downtown.
    • Chelsea Loft

      This Chelsea loft was renovated and designed for a bachelor who wanted a home fit for entertaining as well as a comfortable space to relax. Oversized slabs of Zebrino marble were laid in an offset pattern throughout the center of the apartment. Atop the marble sits the kitchen, made of ebonized walnut, which divides the open floorplan to create a spacious yet intimate dining area. The refined interior finishes are balanced out with raw details, like the exposed sprinklers in the ceiling, which adds juxtaposition in the Nero Machina marble clad master bathroom.
    • A New York Apartment

      Neal Beckstedt helped an international young French couple create an interesting and complex retreat in Gramercy Park, New York. The designer transformed the fourth-floor townhouse into an inviting space that felt more like the Paris home of a young French couple. "Dark colors make a small space feel comfortable, which is totally different from a large room," said the designer. He has refurbished the existing parquet flooring to give the house a matte waxy finish. In the dining room, an old black lacquered base has been redecorated, topped by Montclair Danby marble and topped by an old crystal chandelier by Judy Frankel.
    • Kips Bay Show House

      For Neal Beckstedt Studio’s second time participating in the Kips Bay Show House, design inspiration came from global influences in order to create a unique space representative of a jet setting collector. Tasked with designing an upstairs bedroom, Neal transformed the space into a sitting room where French and Scandanavian design are harmoniously paired together through the marriage of iconic vintage designs by Jean-Michel Frank, Frits Henningsen, and Jean Royère.
    • SoHo Penthouse

      The design goal for this light-filled Nolita penthouse was to maintain the clean lines of the open floorplan. The walls were painted a crisp white and are offset by architectural details like the white paneling in the dining room that masks the entrance to freight elevator and the cleft Cyprus wood panels which serve as the backdrop to the raw steel staircase that leads to the private rooftop. Keeping the interior architecture clean allowed for the client’s extensive collection of modern and contemporary artwork to harmoniously communicate with the assortment of vintage French and Scandinavian furniture.