Step Inside a Carefully Curated NYC Home on Billionaires' Row

Few decorating decisions are as deeply personal as art; the perfect artwork should stir emotion and infuse a room with a hint of your character. So when Uprise Art founder Tze Chun was tasked with curating artworks for a furnished luxury apartment in Manhattan with no owner and no budget limit, she was able to let her creativity flow.  

Located moments away from Central Park, the luxurious three-bedroom apartment is in One57, a towering skyscraper on so-called "Billionaires' Row." "This home is unlike anything I’ve ever seen, with 360-degree views of New York City, including a stunning view of Central Park from the Grand Living Room," says Chun, who started the online gallery to connect the next generation of collectors with emerging artists.

The brief was challenging but also liberating: The apartment was designed by Jeffrey Beers International and furnished to sell. Without an owner in the picture, Chun was able to source artworks that paired seamlessly with the décor and spoke to the luxury home's stellar surrounds. "With so much going on visually—basically all of Manhattan is visible through the windows—we focused on graphic pieces and neutral works that create a dialogue with both the view outside and the interior design inside," she tells MyDomaine.

Take a tour of the breathtaking apartment below, where striking modern art takes center stage.