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All the World's a Stage: Michael Haverland Revives A Triplex In Gramercy Square

In the living room of a Gramercy Park triplex by Michael Haverland Architect and Alan Tanksley, the Jacques Adnet desk and chair date from about 1950. Mahogany frames the windows. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

The living room’s Paul László sofa and Paul Evans cocktail table, both vintage, and Andrée Putman floor lamp gather below a repro Isamu Noguchi lantern. Above the wood-burning fireplace hangs a photograph by Jeff Whetstone. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

A French vintage oak credenza anchors the stair landing be-tween the living room and the library. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

The latter is set off by a ?freestanding partition with panels of laser-cut MDF. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

Supported by a painted steel grid, glass blocks allow natural light to reach the living room from the skylit mezzanine study. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

A bar cabinet by Edvard and Tove Kindt-Larsen sits beneath a photograph by Bill Jacobson in the living room. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

The living room’s vintage brass sconce and Jean Pascaud armchair, 1935. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

A vintage Gio Ponti chair, a Robert Sonneman lamp, and an Orit Raff photograph in the master bedroom. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

John Risley’s bench, circa 1950, in the entry. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

A desk by Greta Magnusson Grossman and a?chair by Charles and Ray Eames, both 1950’s, a Poul Henningsen pendant fixture, and a photograph by Andrew Bush in the master suite’s corner office. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

Hans Wegner’s 1953 chair in a corridor. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

Italian mid-century chairs flanking a 1950’s Piero Fornasetti table in the living room. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

In the study, lounging takes place on a George Nakashima day- bed or a Ludwig Mies van der Rohe chair, both early 1960’s. Marcel Wanders designed the side table. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

A vintage George Nelson bed is accompanied by a Sarah Anne Johnson photograph in a guest room. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

Just outside the master suite, a 1955 console by?Paul McCobb stands beneath a Sally Gall photograph. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

The Corian-topped kitchen island has?a view of the lower terrace’s French 1960’s wrought-iron screen. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

Both terraces are paved in the same travertine used inside. Photograph by Eric Laignel.

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