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Above: On the wall, an untitled stainless-steel sculpture by Donald Judd. Left: In the west hall, a console by Hervé Langlais from Negropontes Galerie and artworks by John Chamberlin and Dan Flavin. Orley Shabahang rug. placing everything," she says. "He really enjoyed the process." The apartment's neutral color scheme was pulled from the artworks. The Agnes Martin painting is dramatic against a deep blue-gray plaster wall in the dining room. Opposite it, the colors are echoed in the Bulthaup kitchen's aluminum cabinets. Strong red accents throughout were inspired by views of the Winspear. "If you know my work, I rarely use red," Summers says. But judiciously incorporated into the overall color scheme, this vibrant hue strikes just the right note among serious furnishings and art. A custom red rug by Marc Phillips sets off a collection of leather-bound books in the library — another nod to the opera house. An orange- red hue in the living room was chosen by the client, who dropped by her offices one day with a bottle of Aperol. The popular aperitif from Northwest Italy has a distinct orange flavor and lively orange-red hue. "An Aperol

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