A Modern Hudson Valley Home

The living area’s Hilton sofas by Minotti with pillows by Judy Ross Textiles, face a pair of PK 57 cocktail tables by Poul Kjærholm, one topped with Jeff Koons’s Balloon Dog porcelain plate; the painting is by Callum Innes.

A work on paper by Rebecca Horn is displayed against walnut paneling in the living area; the chair is by Oskar Zieta.

Reading corner with wicker seating by Marc Newson and a Kjærholm PK 64 cocktail table.

The suspended sofa by Kjærholm and the Antony sconce by Serge Mouille are both 1950s; beneath the framed work, Voidby Gormley, is a circa-1940 Penguin Donkey bookshelf by Ernest Race and an African sculpture.

Vintage Arne Jacobsen seating—a set of Grand Prix chairs and a Giraffe armchair—surrounds a minimalist dining table designed by Mori and Peter Superti, which is set into a polished-concrete floor; the centerpiece is a sculpture by Jeff Zimmerman.

The kitchen features a Sub-Zero refrigerator, a Miele cooktop, and a Voda counter stool by Design within Reach; the dining table and chair are George Nelson designs by Herman Miller.

The birch stairway appears to float free of its enclosing walls; the recessed handrail was a key design decision.

The upstairs library showcases works by Marcel Duchamp and Joseph Beuys, and a collection of books, including first editions by James Joyce; the small green figures on the shelf are sculptures of the Kellys by Karin Sander.

The master bedroom includes a Kjærholm wicker chaise longue and low table.

The master bath is tiled in limestone and includes a Starck tub by Duravit with Vola fittings; the stool is by Kjærholm, and the work on paper at the end of the bath is by Peter Liversidge.

A guest room features a built-in sycamore bed by Mori and a photograph by Douglas Gordon.

Limited-edition Je t’aimepillowcases by Louise Bourgeois from the Tate Modern grace the master bedroom; the work on paper is by Richard Long, and the bench at the foot of the bed is by Nelson for Herman Miller.
Photography by William Waldron for Architectural Digest
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