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In the living area of a Manhattan apartment designed by Robert Couturier, the custom-made sofa sits on a Corian base, the lamp is by Hervé Van der Straeten, and the bronze cocktail table is by Hubert le Gall; the Crochet chair is by Marcel Wanders, the marble Cumulus tables are by Joris Laarman, and a 1960s Paul Tuttle chair is upholstered in an Élitis velvet.
The living area screen is by Peter Lane, and the rug is by Rosemary Hallgarten.
In the entry, the painting above Nendo’s Cabbage chair is by Henryk Sta?ewski, and the mirror is by Van der Straeten; the floors are bleached oak.
The study’s Alessandro Albrizzi desk is paired with a 1970s Brazilian chair, the custom-made daybed is upholstered in a Clarence House velvet, and the table is by Pouenat Ferronnier; the artwork is by Edward Krasinski, the curtains are of a laser-cut microsuede, and the rug is alpaca.
The master bedroom’s walls are covered in a velvet by Sahco, and lamps by Mauro Fabbro flank a custom-made bed upholstered in a Rubelli velvet.
The wall panels in the master bedroom’s sitting area evoke the New York City skyline; a desk by Nicolas Aubagnac holds a Tamara de Lempicka drawing, the chair is by Archirivolto, and the floor lamp is by Philippe Hiquily.
A Mattia Bonetti lamp beside a console by Aranda/Lasch in the dining area; the large painting is by Wojciech Fangor.
A Laarman table, an Aqua Creations light fixture, and a marble sculpture by Pascal Haudressy in the dining area; a collage by César hangs above a pair of Poltrona Frau chairs.