Lisa and Richard Perry's Sutton Place penthouse was completely overhauled in 2002 to showcase the couple's outstanding collection of pop artthink Warhols, Lichtensteins, and more. The fashion designer and her hedge fund husband tapped Tony Ingrao and 1100 Architect's David Piscuskas to remake the old-school space ("Dark paneling everywhere, two ballrooms," Perry said, "it looked like a mini Versailles") into an eye-poppingly colorful home and veritable gallery for all of their valuable pieces. When the renovation finished up in 2002, Vogue devoted a 12-page spread to it. Here now, revisit the vaunted apartment (h/t 6sqft for the reminder), which still makes headlines on the regular.
· East Side Penthouse [1100 Architect]
· 1100 Architect Transforms a Boring Midtown Loft into Their Client's Pop Art Dream Home [6sqft]
· A Chameleon Shakes The Antiques World [NYT]
· Tony Ingrao coverage [Curbed]
· Adventures in Interior Design archive [Curbed]