An incredible weekend home in Katonah, New York, furnished with a healthy collection of fine 20th Century modernism by interior design firm Cherie Zucker. In the office are a pair of Marco Zanuso lounge chairs, vintage Ib Kofod-Larsen brass armchairs, a desk chair by Preben Fabricius and Jørgen Kastholm, a Stilnovo 60's chandelier. Milo Baughman dining chairs surround a custom bronze and mirror top table. In the great room are a pair of stainless steel Oscar Niemeyer lounge chairs. The sunroom boasts a Serge Mouille 3 arm lamp, Verner Panton wire lounge chairs, a Paul László sofa, a Vladimir Kagan chaise lounge, and a Karl Springer coffee table. In one of the bedrooms hangs an Eero Aarnio hanging chair and a pair of Pierre Paulin Concord chairs. The connecting bathroom has a pair of Eero Saarinen Tulip Stools. Contemporary works include a coffee table by Arik Levy and a lounge chair by Marcel Wanders. The massive chandelier that descends from the upper stair hall to the entry is based on Angelo Mangiarotti's 1967 Giogali chandelier. The pillow filled niche in the basement playroom was inspired by a front loading clothes dryer.
DANIELLE EPSTEIN: CHERIE ZUCKER.
CROMWELL ART: ART CONSULTANT.
DAN SHERMAN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT: LANDSCAPING CONSULTANT.
ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENTS: AUDIOVISUAL CONSULTANT.
SOUND VIEW ENGINEERS & LAND SURVEYORS: STRUCTURAL ENGINEER.
SMI CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT: GENERAL CONTRACTOR.
Photography by Eric Laignel.
Via Interior Design
Posted by switch-smith at 9:13 PM . Tuesday, December 22, 2009