Photos of Francisco Costa's Park Avenue Palace
Entrepreneur and designer Francisco Costa transforms a New York City apartment into a minimalist, serene oasis
Written by Natasha Wolff
Photographed by Björn Wallander
Styled by Carlos Mota
Portrait by Weston Wells
“I love the architecture of this 1930s Danish wingback chair,” says Costa, who found it at an auction. “It was very modern for its time, but the weave is very traditional.” In the sitting room, a William Eggleston photograph hangs above a Roman Thomas sofa upholstered in linen velvet. An upholstered Belgian modernist chair and an industrial coffee table are flanked by a 1930s pair of Poul Henningsen standing lamps.