Shelton, Mindel & Associates restored and renovated a family’s Central Park West apartment, turning two units into a unified 8,000-square-foot whole—half of which is designed to host philanthropic events.
The living room. Sofa fabric, Rogers & Goffigon. Green pillow fabric, Bergamo.
The living room has a diverse collection of architect-designed Modern furniture, including a 1960 painted glass dining table by Joaquim Tenreiro, side chairs from 1905 by Josef Urban and a 1910 barrel chair by Eliel Saarinen. On the Sergio Rodriguez–designed low table, from 1960, is a Diego Giacometti bird sculpture.
The family room has a 1960 round wenge table by Fabricius and Kastholm, white upholstered Arne Jacobsen chairs from the 1960s, a black armchair designed in 1910 by Saarinen and a 1958 Charlotte Perriand console
A pair of 1962 Yrjo Kukkapuro lounge chairs face a 1960 Fabricius and Kastholm desk in the study.
In the master bedroom are a 1950 Alexandre Noll console, a 1960 Poul Volther Pyramid chair and a 1948 Georges Jouve ceramic lamp. Rudolf Koppitz’s Im Schosse der Natur, 1923, hangs on a wall. On the console are drawings by Le Corbusier.
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