This article originally appeared in the September 2016 issue of Architectural Digest
From oversize stainless-steel balloon animals to traditional sculptures featuring modern mirrored orbs, there’s no mistaking the whimsical wonder of a creation by artist Jeff Koons. His iconic works have been exhibited at museums around the world, including the Whitney Museum in New York and the Centre Pompidou in Paris. So it’s no surprise that admiring art collectors have found a way to incorporate his eccentric sculptures into their own homes. From a pint-size version of his famous balloon dog to a hanging mirror in the shape of a blooming flower, the pages of Architectural Digest have seen a number of the legendary designer’s enthralling pieces. Take a tour of these elegant rooms from the AD archives and see if you can spot the inimitable Jeff Koons work within them.
The living room in this Manhattan apartment—created by architect Mark Stumer and designer James Aman—features (from left) an Alex Katz portrait, a Robert Mangold abstract work, a Donald Judd wall sculpture, and a butterfly painting by Damien Hirst; the tabletop train sculpture is by Jeff Koons, and the antique rug is from Doris Leslie Blau.
This article originally appeared in the September 2016 issue of Architectural Digest.