1228 Madison Avenue
is a boutique-scale luxury residential building nestled in the heart of the Upper East Side in New York City. With architecture from iconic firm Robert A.M. Stern Architects and interiors by AD100-designer Kelly Behun Studio, the residential building aims to redefine individuality and set a new precedent for luxury living in the modern day. The jewel box building is comprised of 14 private full-floor homes plus a duplex penthouse, and marks the return of elegant architecture rooted in the historic context of its neighborhood. The intricately composed exterior façade references classic New York architectural motifs, and is paired with Kelly Behun’s elegant and warm interiors to give the building a modern twist. The residences feature a nuanced, textured palette throughout, highlighting warm shades of whites and creams mixed with light and medium toned woods and a range of European marbles. Overlooking the Guggenheim Museum and the Central Park Reservoir, 1228 Madison Avenue is Kelly Behun’s first multifamily residential commission, and Robert A.M. Stern’s smallest multifamily building to date.