In the living area of a Manhattan apartment designed by , the custom-made sofa sits on a Corian base, the lamp is by Hervé Van der Straeten, and the bronze cocktail table is by ; the Crochet chair is by Marcel Wanders, the marble Cumulus tables are by , and a 1960s Paul Tuttle chair is upholstered in an velvet.
The living area screen is by , and the rug is by .
In the entry, the painting above 's Cabbage chair is by Henryk Sta?ewski, and the mirror is by Van der Straeten; the floors are bleached oak.
The study's desk is paired with a 1970s Brazilian chair, the custom-made daybed is upholstered in a 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 , and lamps by flank a custom-made bed upholstered in a velvet.
The wall panels in the master bedroom's sitting area evoke the New York City skyline; a desk by holds a drawing, the chair is by , and the floor lamp is by .
A lamp beside a console by in the dining area; the large painting is by .
A Laarman table, an light fixture, and a marble sculpture by in the dining area; a collage by César hangs above a pair of chairs.