The dining room’s vintage Lucien Rollin buffet is from Gallery
The dining room’s vintage Lucien Rollin buffet is from Gallery Yves Gastou;
the wall artwork is by Rudolf Stingel, the sculpture is by Maurizio Cattelan,
and the framed painting is by George Condo.
They own several major works each by Rudolf Stingel,
Elizabeth Peyton, George Condo, and John Currin,
which they have amassed throughout the artists’ careers.
But despite the two-year process it took to create the glamorous dwelling,
the experience for the homeowner was one of joy.
“Doing a project like this with your best friend,” she says,
“makes your life richer on every level.”
In the entrance hall, the consoles are by Roberto Giulio Rida, and the custom plaster lanterns are by Démiurge; the artworks include two paintings by Christopher Wool and a sculpture by Mark Grotjahn.
Her husband found the process just as pleasurable. As a young man, he had bought midcentury furniture by Prouvé and Perriand but had grown disenchanted with how ubiquitous their work had become. “I’d seen enough of that,” he says. Redoing the apartment gave him a chance to explore rare works by monumental figures including Maria Pergay and Gabriella Crespi. รับออกแบบบ้าน