Modular Lighting Instruments in Residential Gut Rehab by Interior Designer Kevin Gray


Kevin Gray Design recently completed a New York City home gut renovation on Riverside Drive overlooking the Hudson River. Kevin specified installing custom modular wall-sconces designed by Modulightor, which look great with the 1960’s Gio Ponti chairs and contemporary Italian furniture. Kevin used signature pieces from B&B Italia & Molteni (Gio Ponti chairs that were designed for the Andrea Doria with accents from Knoll). Kevin mixed the client’s Oriental rugs to soften the modern apartment which overlooks prewar New York and the Hudson River.

Modular lighting provides architectural beauty and design, while also serving a purpose: to provide additional lighting. For more information on Modular Lighting Instruments, please contact Hanna Muson at [email protected] or by mobile phone at 786.374.3688.

“Modular Lighting Instruments is sophisticated, elegant and functional.
Modular lighting should complement a room, not overwhelm it.”
– Interior Designer Kevin Gray 

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Architect Paul Rudolph: The Modulightor Building

Before & After: The Modulightor Building
Before & After: The Modulightor Building on New York’s Upper East Side 

New York City’s Modulightor Building was designed by legendary 20th Century Modernist architect Paul Rudolph and is located in the heart of Manhattan’s Decorative Arts District. It was selected as an important example of Modern residential architecture — the sixth one chosen in the US by the international organization, ICONIC HOUSES, and has been featured in numerous design articles and books. The Town House is open the first Friday of each month for cocktails and private tour for $15, which goes toward the Paul Rudolph Foundation. The home has hosted many distinguished visitors and is available by appointment for photoshoots, private tours and events.  

Modular Architectural Lighting in NYC Residential Gut Rehab by Interior Designer Kevin Gray
Light-filled duplex apartment on the 3rd and 4th floors of the Modulightor Building designed by Architect Paul Rudolph 

“Light is the fourth dimension of architecture and space.
The essential element in architecture is the manipulation of space. It is this essence which separates it from all other arts.”
– Architect Paul Rudolph 

Architectural lighting company Modulightor, a light fixtures firm and design lab, was co-founded by Paul Rudolph and owner Ernst Wagner. The company designs custom modern lighting and makes a line of modular lighting products, including

  • art lights
  • sconces
  • chandeliers
  • pendants
  • task lights

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Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray

Kevin Gray is an internationally celebrated interior and lighting designer, known for transforming interiors with custom designed furniture into timeless and unique environments for the most discerning clients in Miami, New York, and Europe.




Kevin Gray is an internationally celebrated interior designer, known for transforming interiors into timeless and unique environments for the most discerning clients in Miami, New York, and Europe. His interiors showcase signature designs that are understated yet sophisticated, straight-forward, elegant and functional. Clean lines and simple but well-crafted furnishings, with an attention to texture and the highest quality materials are Kevin Gray Design staples. Clients say that the key to Kevin’s success is his collaboration with the best architects, craftsmen, and builders. and, while beautiful rooms are Kevin’s first consideration, client service, project management, and attention to detail are of the utmost importance.

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