Located on the 32nd floor overlooking Madison Square Park, this 1,500-square-foot two bedroom two bathroom pied-a-terre is a luxuriously refined interior, worthy of its blue-chip art collection, and a haven of tranquility. Our design solution reworks the plan to enhance the incredible views -- from the East River to the Hudson, as well as the northern and southern tips of Manhattan -- and to create museum-quality space to exhibit statement pieces. Among the works in the apartment are pieces by American photographer Marilyn Minter, New York sculptor Rob Wynne and another piece by Iranian artist Shirin Neshat, among others. They’re all placed in a way that draws attention to each, but still respects the apartment’s remarkable vistas. The apartment is filled with quietly luxurious custom millwork and architectural details in Burmese Teak, Statuary Bronze and Brazilian Sugar Marble slabs with wide-plank European Oak floors. Lighting details disappear into discreet architectural ceiling coves and subtle reveals to invisibly illuminate both the art and these rich materials. In the living room custom backlit bronze shelves are inset in a row along the wall, and in the kitchen the appliances are also clad in this ancient material. The reimagined Master Bath features a dramatic corner shower with views to the Freedom Tower. Furnishings throughout are from Promemoria, Cecotti, and Giorgetti, in a neutral palette of Loro Piana fabrics and Donghia hides. It all works together, quietly and efficiently, to celebrate the art and views, creating an entrancing and magically understated residence.