In the living room, Vicaarmchairs upholstered in a Rogers & Goffigon fabric, a rug by Carini Lang, Geisha by Julian Schnabel, a sculpture by Donald Baechler, and a painted-milk-glass panel by Dan Christensen; the Gabriella Crespi table and the FontanaArte floor lamp were both purchased at auction.
Ghada Amer’s Noires hangs above the living room fireplace, which has a black-granite base; the vintage daybed is by Poul Kjærholm.
Florence Knoll sofas by Knolland a photograph by Candida Höfer.
Fashion designer Jill Stuart with Madeline, a Maltese, at her Manhattan penthouse, which was designed by Selldorf Architects; the sofa and ottoman are by B&B Italia.
On the terrace, silicone planters by Paula Hayesand Design Within Reach chaise lounges.
A custom-made table in the dining room; the vintage light fixtures are by Carlo Scarpa, the painting is by Sue Williams, the candleholders are by Ted Muehling, and the silk dhurrie is by Vanderhurd Studio.
The kitchen cabinets are by Bulthaup, the vent hood and cooktop are by Küppersbusch, the stool is by BassamFellows, and the framed wood-block print is by Helen Frankenthaler.
Jules Olitski’s White on White hangs above a Jasper Morrison bed from Cappelliniflanked by Vicabedside tables in the master suite; the small painting is by Lisa Yuskavage, the Gio Ponti chair is from Cassina, the daybed is from Calypso Home, and the rug is by Carini Lang.
A Gio Pontivanity, stool from Charles, Thomas Ruffnude, and Lynda Benglissculpture in the master bedroom.
A glittery hanging lamp adds glamour to the sleek master bath.
In Morgan’s bedroom, an MDF Italiaaluminum bed, lacquer sideboard from the Conran Shop, and rug by Vanderhurd Studio; the view is of downtown Manhattan.