This apartment faces Central Park West and was designed in 1928 by Rosario Candela. 3 adjoining units were combined to create a dream dwelling which encompasses the whole floor. The owners are prominent philanthropists, who established a contemporary art gallery in Chelsea. Over the years they amassed a collection of important works by artists such as Andy Warhol, Matthew Barney, Uta Barth, Christo, Shirin Neshat, etc. 2Michaels reconfigured rooms and designed each space with thoughtfully chosen furniture in keeping with the art. A Jean Pascaud dresser was a rare find as was a Secessionist daybed, the Billy Haines coffee table, and gilt framed gondola chairs from the 1920’s. An Allegra Hicks rug was custom made, as were the gold silk upholstered walls in the dining room.