Antony Gormley’s lead-and-fiberglass sculptures hang from the ceiling above midcentury furniture in the living room;
the darker chairs are by Lina Bo Bardi and the lighter ones by José Zanine Caldas; the floor lamp is by J. Rispal.
A sliding door serves as a transition between the living room’s polished-cement floor and the back lawn.
Gormley’s work is in the background; Marina Abramovic’s Double Edge ladder, 1995, and Mona Hatoum’s Traffic suitcases, 2002, share space with an Isay Weinfeld desk;
Weinfeld on the floating steel staircase by the front entrance, next to Tony Cragg’s sculpture Secretions, 2001;
Tracey Emin’s quilt Message of Ascension, 2001, is displayed next to Monika Sosnowska’s sculpture Untitled, 2007.
The living room, with the carpet Weinfeld specially designed, is anchored by vintage Gio Ponti coffee tables; the Tank chair at far right is by Alvar Aalto; the sculpture at far right is Jimmie Durham’s 2009 Papillon.
Weinfeld’s Brazilian ironwood spiral floating staircase.