Fearless Manhattan Loft


In the living area, a Milo Baughman sofa and armchairs are upholstered in a Clarence House mohair; other furnishings include a Vladimir Kagan cocktail table, a French Art Deco bergère, and a wall lamp by Jean Prouvé. Yoshida created the sculptural piece above the fireplace and designed the rug.

Artist Kazumi Yoshida, who designs fabrics and wallpaper for Clarence House, near his apartment in Manhattan’s Tribeca neighborhood.

The artworks and rug in the apartment’s entrance hall are by Yoshida, and the table is by Roger Tallon; the chair is by Satyendra Pakhalé, the mobile is vintage, and the curtains are of a Clarence House fabric.

In the study, Marc Newson’s Felt chair from Cappellini, an Eames armchair and ottoman, and a Saarinen side table; the 1960s floor lamp is by Arredoluce.

Poggenpohl cabinetry and French limestone countertops in the kitchen; the stools are from Design Within Reach, and the wall ovens and cooktop are by Thermador.

In the master bedroom, Asian calligraphy scrolls hang above a Charles H. Beckley bed upholstered in a Clarence House fabric; the Japanese lacquer table is from the 1950s, a pair of vintage French armchairs are upholstered in a Clarence House fabric, and the Tibetan rug is from Aero.

A Serge Mouille chandelier hangs above a dining table and chairs by Vladimir Kagan; the photo work is by Jan De Cock.

In the guest room, artworks by Yoshida hang above a daybed upholstered in a Clarence House fabric; the étagère is Japanese, the 1950s wall lamp is by René Mathieu, and the side table is by Eileen Gray.

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