By Caroline Biggs

Published on September 12, 2016

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Photography by FRANCOIS HALARD FOR ARCHITECTURAL DIGEST VIA CURBED

Per Architectural Digest, the four-level home is a mix of art deco-period furnishings, 70’s-style vintage finds, and Jacobs’ crazy collection of coveted (and important) contemporary artwork. 

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The lavish living room offers glam details such as a wood-burning fireplace—complete with a custom-made mica mantel—glossy coffee tables, and an original Ellsworth Kelly painting.

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The television room was inspired by old-school 1930’s design and features a bronze sculpture of Dopey (the cartoon character) and a colorful painting by Richard Prince.

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The extravagant master bathroom is outfitted in ceiling lights, 19th century urns, gilded mirrors, and a marble soaking tub. 

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While the master suites boasts lavish details including a pair of François-Xavier Lalanne bronze monkeys and an Alberto Giacometti floor lamp, Jacobs kept the guest bedrooms subdued with more streamlined midcentury accents. 

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And let’s not forget the $10M townhouse’s backyard garden, or more importantly, its assortment of walk-in closets, all custom-curated to house Jacobs’ rapidly growing collection of fashion-forward outfits.