In this Tribeca penthouse, wood paneling in the style of architects and designers Jean Michel Frank, Adolf Loos and Bruno Paul is applied alongside Civil War-era bricks and neutral-toned, geometric furniture. Photo courtesy Triarch.
Sandra Nunnerley combined two apartments in a turn-of-the-last-century Carrère & Hastings mansion to create a floor-through home on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Richard Serra’s My Curves Are Not Mad hangs above the sofa in the living room, which boasts a 12-foot-high ceiling. (September 2007)
From the Introspective Archives: Designer Michele Bönan