An Esquire magazine covershot from 1969, a photograph by Carl Fischer hangs in the kitchen of the duplex owned by his son Ken.
Upper West Side Apartment by West Chin Architect
Piero Lissoni designed the daughter’s bed.
Resin sheets were molded to form the built-in bunk in the latter’s son’s room.
A David Weeks sectional and a George Nakashima table define the living area.
The master bathroom combines back painted glass paneling, a Corian sink vanity, and a limestone floor.
In the den, a sectional by Patricia Urquiola faces the concrete surround of the gas fireplace.
Waterproof leather upholsters the built-in banquette in the breakfast area.
Blackened steel lines a niche that functions as a sideboard for meals served at the Jean-Marie Massaud dining table.
The sectional in the playroom is also by Lissoni. Verner Panton’s chaise longue reclines in the son’s room.
A Weeks pendant fixture descends from the master bedroom’s canopy veneered in engineered wood.