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An untitled acrylic on paper by Daniel Richter hangs in the formal living area, outfitted with a freeform On the Rocks sectional by Francesco Binfare.
Living area
Bedroom


Dining area

Kitchen
Living area


Living room
 A custom mirror-polished stainless-steel vent hood presides over the kitchen, with Calacatta marble countertops.
Kitchen
 A custom oxidized-maple table and ceramics by Tyler Hays furnish the dining room, separated from the foyer via custom screens in glass and blackened stainless steel by French artisan Christophe Cóme.
Dining area
 The dressing room opens off a rift-sawn-oak-paneled hallway between the master bedroom and bathroom; the chiseled pattern was CNC-milled using a custom code.
Dressing
 Flooring in the guest bathroom alternates three types of marble.
Bathroom
 Halo-like Paul Loebach light fixtures inject curves in the family room, which centers on a striated Bosco marble hearth.
Living room

Living area
 The penthouse’s exterior slate shingles are visible from the master bathroom, which overlooks a moss garden; the built-in bench is Thassos marble
Garden
 Venetian plaster clads a wall opposite the master bath’s vanity.
Bathroom
 Three slabs of bookmatched Calcatta marble bring verve to the master bedroom, with custom silk rug and Walter Robinson’s acrylic on canvas Woman for Hire
bedroom

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