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Spanish Colonial doors leading to the master bedroom from Balinskas Architectural Imports. Mixed-media collage by Kelly O’Connor, from David Shelton Gallery. Floors are whitewashed pine decking.
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Michael Landrum, foreground, and Garrett Hunter in the entrance loggia with its hot-pink Flavin-inspired lighting.
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The master bath is sheathed in white-glass walls with Turkish marble flooring. The 1960s ceiling installation, originally installed at Neiman Marcus in Dallas, is by Bjørn Wiinblad. Vintage North African rug.
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In the dining room, pendant light from Chandelier, Los Angeles. Antique Chinese Ming scholar’s table, bench and armchairs, all from Balinskas Antiques. Vintage 1970s lamp with tie-dye shade from Anthropologie. The Lucite bar cart was originally in Zuzette’s parents’ vacation house in Miami. Painting on right wall is by Franco-Mondini Ruiz. The painting at left is by Moico Yaker.
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In the living room, gray linen sectional sofas with bespoke white denim pillows trimmed in brass zippers. White-lacquer coffee tables from CB2. Sculpture on coffee table by Faith Gay. Glazed aqua Chinese garden stools used as side tables. Serge Mouille floor lamp, originally designed in 1952. Painting on left is by Franco Mondini-Ruiz; Transfiguration TV/video installation by Matt Pyke; photograph to left of TV is by Brazilian lensman Mario Cravo, from Sicardi Gallery; triptych by Cuban artist Arturo Cuenca. Walls are Pratt & Lambert Seed Pearl, Hunter’s favorite white; ceiling is Pratt & Lambert Mithras — a hazy lavender hue. Rug is black suede shag from Safavieh in New York.
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In the breakfast room/kitchen, circa-1970s chrome-and-glass table from Reeves Antiques. Zinc wire chairs from CB2. Large-scale painting by New York artist Emily Noel Lambert; salon-style assemblage at right highlights several Latin artists. Antique Ming table from Balinskas Architectural Imports. Kitchen cabinets lacquered in Pratt & Lambert Moor. Mirrored-glass backsplash and vent range. Countertops are a Brazilian stone called Blue Turtle. Open shelves showcase Zuzette’s collection of rustic porcelain. Floor is concrete sealed in its natural color.
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Hanging salon-style in the breakfast room are works (from top) by Pablo Soria, Julio Grinblatt, Pablo Siquier, Leon Ferrari and Ricardo Lanzarini. Antique Ming table from Balinskas Architectural Imports.
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Master bed in Missoni bedding from Internum with patchwork-hide cover. Chinese end tables from Balinskas Architectural Imports. Bauhaus lamps by Robert Dudley Best. Photographs Misha Hollenbach, from New Image Art Gallery, Los Angeles.
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Vintage settee in the master bedroom sitting area was passed down from Greg’s mother, Claire Alexander Cullinan. Missoni pillow from Internum. Large-scale work in the round by Houston artist Shane Tolbert. Walls and ceiling are Pratt & Lambert Rubidoux. Floor is whitewashed pine decking.
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A dividing wall delineates the entrance gallery from the living room. Large-scale 17th-century Spanish painting from family collection. Vintage hook rug depicts an outer-space scene, from Carol Piper Rugs.
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Exterior siding emulates shou sugi ban, a Japanese technique for preserving wood by charring it. The hyper-graphic concrete board fencing and pivot gate delineate private and public garden spaces.
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