High Above the High Line: The HL23's Model Apartment Awes Chelsea

Vladimir Kagan seating, a George Nakashima table, a Charlotte Perriand bookshelf, a David Weeks chandelier, and a custom silk rug furnish a model apartment’s living area. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Neil M. Denari Architects built HL23, an apartment building next to the High Line park. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

The 11th-floor view captures the High Line’s northern extension. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Chairs in the dining area were designed by Carlo Mollino in 1959 for a nightclub in Turin, Italy. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

A Paul Evans copper sculpture sits on the Corian counter topping the stained-oak kitchen cabinetry. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Flooring is 12-inch-wide rift-sawn Danish oak. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Wall cov- ering by artist Fred Tomaselli provides the backdrop for a Donald Judd chair in the guest room. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

In the master bedroom, an acrylic and oil on canvas by Günther Förg hangs over the bed’s linen-wrapped headboard. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Statuary marble in?the master bath complements a Judy Ledgerwood work in acrylic, oil, and gouache. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Marble clads the guest bathroom. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

The library’s built-in steel shelving flanks Sam Maloof chairs, a Naka­shima table, and a Rody Graumans chandelier. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

Philip Johnson’s lamp stands behind Krueck and Sexton Architects’s chaise longue in a corner of the dining area. Photo by Rinze van Brug/Living Inside.

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