The foyer and adjacent hall display a painting by British artist Daisy Cook as well as a mirror-backed Chinese lattice window and Indonesian stone sculptures atop an X-base console, all from VW Home.
The living area is anchored by a sofa covered in a Larsen fabric. The African carved post and Portuguese Colonial candlesticks standing at the window are from VW Home, as are the Burmese side table and the hand sculpture; the lounge chair is by B&B Italia, and the carpet is by Doris Leslie Blau.
Artist Elizabeth Lyons created the light fixture that hangs over the limestone-top dining table; the bone-inlaid Indian chair and the low armchair (clad in a Maharam fabric) are both from VW Home.
In the kitchen, specially crafted steel shelves are suspended above the island and a pair of barstools from Design Within Reach; the backsplash is reverse-painted glass, the range and hood are by Viking, and the sink is by Blanco, with fittings by Grohe.
An Ashanti stool from VW Home rests at the end of a corridor arrayed with family photographs.
Vicente Wolf designed the walnut-and-steel partners desk in the office; the Roman shade is of a Silk Trading Co. fabric, the lamps are by Artemide, the Eames chairs are by Herman Miller, and the grass-cloth wall covering is by Donghia.
The master bedroom is illuminated by a Fortuny light fixture by Venetia Studium, an industrial floor lamp, and swing-arm sconces. The mirror dates from the 1950s, and the Eero Saarinen womb chair and ottoman are by Knoll; a framed heirloom Kuba cloth is mounted above the low cabinet at right.