City of Dreams: Koray Duman's Modern New York Walk-Up

The apartment occupies part of the top level of a six-story building across from Sara D. Roosevelt Park. Photo by Peter Murdock.

The living area’s custom wool-covered seating functions?sepa­rately, as a pair of sofas, or?together, as a daybed. Photo by Peter Murdock.

Next to the office nook, a closet contains a Murphy bed. Photo by Peter Murdock.

The cocktail table in the living area is by?Joseph D’Urso. Photo by Peter Murdock.

Walls are brick with a pigmented sealer almost everywhere except between two kitchen windows, where wallpaper scraps and plaster remain. Photo by Peter Murdock.

The master bathroom’s sink vanity was constructed from restaurant-supply stainless-steel components. Photo by Peter Murdock.

Charles and Ray Eames designed the chair in the office. Photo by Peter Murdoch.

On its built-in desktop, laser-cut basswood models detail the structure of the sofa bases in the living area. Photo by Peter Murdock.

Porcelain tile surfaces the powder room. Photo by Peter Murdock.

Custom kitchen cabinetry is painted MDF. Photo by Peter Murdock.

In the bedroom, a?light box by Matilde Alessandra hangs over a?platform bed made by stacking ½-inch-thick layers of wool felt. The custom nightstand is by Carol Egan Interiors. Photo by Peter Murdock.

The bedroom’s picture window replaced two double-hung originals. Photo by Peter Murdoch.

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