In the living room, a painting by Ryan McGinness hangs above a custom-made banquette covered in a Pollack velvet; the cocktail table is by Willy Daro, the bronze chair is by Claude Lalanne, and the ceiling fixture is a custom design.
Christine Mack in her family’s Manhattan townhouse, which was designed by James Aman, with architecture by Leroy Street Studio.
A Vladimir Kagan chair upholstered in an Edelman leather and ceiling fixtures by Remains Lighting in the dressing room; the cabinetry is custom made, and the carpet is by Holland & Sherry.
Custom-made lacquer cabinetry lines a wall of the kitchen; the barstools are by Philippe Starck, the vintage light fixture is by Stilnovo, and Saarinen Tulip chairs by Knoll surround a table designed by John Meeks.
They searched for the holy grail of urban family living; a centrally located city house with a big backyard. A rare triple townhouse in the Upper East Side’s Carnegie Hill neighbourhood, close to Fifth Avenue and Cnetral Park. The backyard alone was 2,000 square feet.
The living room’s armchairs, covered in a brocade by Pollack, and sofa are custom made, the vintage brass cocktail table and table lamps are by Willy Daro, and the linen-and-metal rugs are by Holland & Sherry.
The property consisted of three row houses on East 94th Street that had been patches together over the course of several decades. Built in 1890, two of the homes had been combined in the 1930s into a 40-foot-wide, five-story house with a neoclasical facade. The Spence-Chapin adoption agency bought it in the 1950s and annexed the building bxt door, which it renovated into a seven-story office tower.
A painting by Julian Opie and a sculpture by Sol LeWitt in the entry; the Venetain plaster 0 clad staircase rises to the top floor, and the hinging light fixture is custom.
Christine in the backyard with artist Cey Adams in front of his mural.
A circa-1960s light fixture by Sarfatti above a Water Monopoly tub in the master bath; the side table is by Acille Salvagni, and the walls are sheathed in marble.
Christine’s office features a photograph by Luis Gispert, a C. Jerse light fixture, and a vintage leather armchair by Sigurd Ressel; the desk is custom made, the cube is from Barney’s New York, and the rug is by Stark Carpet.
John Meeks designed the bed and nightstands in the master bedroom, the benches are from the 1960s, the burgers are upholstered in a Sahco fabric, and the light fixture is by C.Jere; t: the photograph is by Douglas Gordon, and the ceiling is lined with a silver-eat paper by Maya Romanoff.
Antique Regency side chairs surround a custom-made dining table, the 1960s ceiling fixtures are Italian, and the brass sculptures are by Robert Lee Morris; the flooring is white oak herringbone that has been stained.
A chandelier by Stilnovo and a felt rug by Stark in the billiards room.
Images and Text via: Elle Decor