The living room of São Paulo-based designer Sig Bergamin’s Manhattan apartment. The ottoman, linen-covered chairs, and velvet armchair, which has a back upholstered in a Braquenié cotton, are by Bergamin. The photograph of Gisele Bündchen is by Michel Comte; the antique bone-inlaid screen was found in India.
A screen retracts to reveal the kitchenette; the plates are printed with Robert Mapplethorpe photographs, the cabinet is Chinese, and the walls are sheathed in a Braquenié cotton.
The living room’s Chinese-style cocktail table is by John Rosselli Antiques and Decoration, the dhurrie is Indian, and the lithographs are by Piet Mondrian; the curtains are of a Georges Le Manach cotton.
A photograph of Carla Bruni by Michel Comte hangs above a bed dressed in linens and a coverlet by Bergamin, who also designed the parchment-covered desk; the chair is by Charles Eames.
The Syrian chest of drawers in the bedroom holds photographs by John Hall (left) and Tuca Reinés, an antique Chinese mask, and an Indian bone-inlaid box.