Extended Play

In the central hallway of a New York apartment by Betty Wasserman Art & Interiors, the designer’s daughter beckons a visitor toward the livingdining area. Photo by Eric Laignel

A screen made of blocks cut from beech beams is built into the doorway of the den. Photo by Eric Laignel

Chairs by Jeff Behnke and Roland Zehetbauer surround a custom walnut dining table. Photo by Eric Laignel

In the living area, a custom cocktail table displays a Joel Perlman bronze. Gary Gissler’s text “portrait” on canvas is installed beyond. Photo by Eric Laignel

The entry’s ceramic vessels by Rina Menardi and porcelain sculpture by Soraida Bedoya sit on a custom console, beneath Margaret Evangeline’s canvas in oil with crystalline powder. Photo by Eric Laignel

Wool upholsters the custom chairs in the den. Photo by Eric Laignel

This photograph in the hallway is by Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, who work together as the Hilton Brothers. Photo by Eric Laignel

Jiun Ho designed the chair in the playroom. Its ottoman, which separates into six segments, and sectional sofa, which turns into a queen-size bed, are both custom. Photo by Eric Laignel

At the foot of the custom bed in the master bedroom sits a Chris Lehrecke daybed. Lisa Spindler and Stevi Michner created the “shadow study” by layering pigmented concrete over a photograph. Photo by Eric Laignel

The master bathroom features a soaking tub in a natural stone composite. Photo by Eric Laignel

Louise Crandell painted the acrylic mural in the twins’ room, with its Bertjan Pot pendant fixture and Lievore Altherr Molina chair. Photo by Eric Laignel

Recycled limed ash veneers the master bathroom’s vanity, topped in sandstone. Marble, basalt, and limestone tiles clad the wall behind. Photo by Eric Laignel