Featured in this image is the entry hallway of a tribeca loft designed by Carol Egan.  The hallway is lined with a custom 14 ft high walnut library wall that is fitted with a steel rolling ladder.  The floors are wide plank white oak in contrast with the library.
In this image of the hallway of a Tribeca loft designed by Carol Egan, a large unique gelatin Silver print photogram by artist Adam Fuss sits next to the wall of walnut library bookcases. A blackened Zig Zag Chair from "Where Theres Smoke"... by Maarten Baas stands next to the black and white artwork.
Designed by Carol Egan, this image shows a view of the library designed by Carol Egan with a chocolate brown colored silk and sisal chequerboard pattern.  Sitting on the rug in contrast white boucle fabric is the "Big Chair" armchair by Jens Risom and co ordinating round ottoman upholstered in an orange wool fabric. Propped next to the armchair is a vintage 1970s magazine table in a black metal frame with electric blue vinyl.  A large graphic black and white Donald Baechelor Painting from the Tulip series hangs on the wall beyond the chair.
This image shows a view of the dining room designed by Carol Egan featuring a slab live edge walnut table with cast bronze base flanked with vintage Brazilian dining chairs with rosewood frame and upholstered in chocolate brown suede.  Above the table a Sarus three-tier chandelier by David Weeks hangs and the room is anchored by a nettle and silk area rug in camel tones.
Shown in this image is a detail of the living area in a Tribeca loft designed by Carol Egan.  Cantilevered from polished steel frames are the upholstered sofa bodies wrapped in a graphic vintage Leleu fabric design from the 1950s.  Is the background is a wall of custom millwork with large sliding lacquered screens in cream to contrast with the walnut casing.  A collection of Scandinavian mid-century ceramics is on display.
Designed by Carol Egan, this image shows the living room in a Tribeca loft.  The "At One Remove" painting on canvas by artist Callum Innes anchors the room.  A pair of custom sofas designed by Studio Carol Egan in Prelle fabric designed by House of Leleu in the 1950s are a graphic contrast in the room.  Flanked by a pair of Paulistana lounge armchair by Jorge Zalszupin and upholstered in a vibrant yellow wool.  A rope "Piri" Bench by Christian Astugevieille floats below the large loft windows.  The coffee tables, a pair by Joe D’Urso are industrial glass a steel.  A light sculpture by Lindsey Adelman hangs in the corner of the room.
This photograph shows a view a study designed by Carol Egan in a Tribeca loft.  With two aluminum tripod chairs by Poul Kjaerholm opposite a Jean Prouve Metal Daybed. A serge Mouille Three arm light fixture hangs from the ceiling in blackened Metal and a pair of graphic modernist prints are framed on the wall above the day bed by Carmen Herrera.  A handwoven blue green looped area rug can be seen against the oak flooring in the room.
An image of the master bedroom designed by Carol Egan with a Zanzibar bed by Christian Liaigre in “Vice Versa" Laurier 4 by Pierre Frey and a "Interstellar" side table by Isabelle Azema.  The room is accessorized with a custom throw by Nigel Atkinson and Country mirror by Hubert Le Gall.  Niche in Brunschwig & Fils Rayure Fleurie Toile fabric by Madeleine Castaing.
The master bedroom designed by Carol Egan Interiors in this Tribeca loft has sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline.  This image shows a Hans J. Wgner "Papa Bear" chair in a vignette with a contemporary rope chandelier by Christian Astuguevieille hangs low in the room and a unique Verre Eglomise Fontanat Arte coffee table can been seen by the chair.  Artwork is by Ghada Amer.
A photograph of a childs bedroom designed by Carol Egan in a Tribeca loft.  The room has a wall-to-wall custom wool and silk navy and fuschia carpet based on an art deco Ruhlmann fabric design.  Upholstered in hot pink wool is a Bliss daybed by Pinuccio Borgonovo for Flou, custom lampshade on a turtle lamp and roller skate doorstop by Areawarea.
Featured in this image is an artwork by Ghada Amer in acrylic and embroidered thread hanging in a living room designed by Carol Egan in a Tribeca Loft.   A Lamino Chair by Yngve Ekström upholstered in natural shearling sits next to a side table in bronze by Hubert Le Gall under the artwork.  Flooring is wide plank oak, and the kitchen and dining area can be seen in the background.