ODA New York Designs TriBeCa Penthouse

Custom doors framed in painted steel fold back to open the entertaining space to the terrace. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

In the den, stained-oak floorboards run beneath a mixed-media work. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

Completed in 1892 by architect Julius Kastner, the brick facade has been restored and enriched with terra-cotta and brownstone details. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

In the living area, a chandelier by Lindsey Adelman Studio hangs above sofas by Autoban and a chair by Charles and Ray Eames. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

The kitchen’s custom cabinetry is veneered in stained maple. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

The master bathroom features stainless-steel shower fittings and French marble. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

Jens Risom’s chair rocks in the corner of a guest room. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

Carrara marble lines a powder room. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

The catwalk was built with painted steel and glass. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

Beams above the staircase are reclaimed. Photography by Frank Oudeman/Otto.

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