Decorated by the insanely talented, 25-year-old Sasha Bikoff—an up-and-coming new interior designer with a self-professed talent for reading her client's personalities—this 4,700-square-foot apartment in NYC's legendary Dakota building is meant to channel equal parts "Scarface and French midcentury." Custom created for "a ballerina of Iranian descent who was a fixture on the Studio 54 scene," the luscious abode offers a mix of decadent, feminine furniture—like soft, tutu-inspired chairs, twinkling chandeliers, and flowery hand-painted wallpaper—and big, bold statement pieces—including emerald upholstery and gold encrusted light fixtures. "Creating a home for me is more than just the design," explains the design wunderkind to Domaine. "It's about having a deep understanding of who you are working with." Take a look at the disco-meets-classical pad, below, then head over to Domaine for the full gallery.
· A Ballerina's Manhattan Paradise [Domaine]