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“Lichtenstein” in the Kitchen

Designers Carl D’Aquino and Francine Monaco completely gutted two neighboring apartments and created a home gallery.
THE KITCHEN This Lichtenstein-inspired wall, painted by Jonathan Kutzin, encloses part of the kitchen.

THE LIVING ROOM The hammock is designed by Jim Zivic for Ralph Pucci, the custom light fixture is by Mary Wallis for Lindsay Adelman, and the carpet is from Tai Ping to D’Aquino Monaco’s design. The painted sliding door to the guest suite is by Jonathan Kutzin.

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