An Art-Filled NYC Duplex by Steven Harris and Lucien Rees Roberts

A New York duplex by Steven Harris Architects and Rees Roberts + Partners is dominated by contemporary art, including a Roe Ethridge photograph of an Elizabeth Taylor silk screen by Andy Warhol in the entry gallery and a Mariah Robertson photograph in the dining room, where Brazilian jacaranda tops the custom table. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

The kitchen’s custom cabinets combine limestone with wood veneer below and etched glass with stainless steel above. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

In the living room, French vintage swivel chairs flank a mixed-media sculpture by Deborah Kass, while the wall sculpture by Henry Taylor incorporates plastic bottles. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

Stained white-oak floorboards appear in the entry gallery and continue throughout. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

In the dining room, a custom silver-leafed console displays a Jeff Koons vase, beneath a mixed-media work by Tony Lewis. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

A glazed porcelain wreath by Brie Ruais hangs in the living room. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

Leather wraps the staircase’s bronze handrail. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

In the den, a vintage swing-arm lamp extends above a custom sectional. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

The stair hall on the lower level gives access to the master suite and a guest room and bath. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

A custom silk rug softens the master bedroom. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

Limestone lines a guest bathroom with a Warren Platner stool. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

Beneath the den’s custom chandelier by David Weeks Studio sits a custom table with a bronze base. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Elizabeth Felicella.

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