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Manhattan:
The Foyer

Designer Daniel Romualdez plastered the walls with a smooth silver glaze in honor of the Factory’s interior. Speaking of which: “The Elvises are from my buddy, Mr. Warhol,” says Cornelia.

Photo: Thomas Loof; Makeup by Manami Ishikawa for Atelier Management; Hair by Corinna Whelan for Oscar Blandi; Wardrobe by Edwin Vega.

Templeton:
The Hallway

The worn leopard-print carpet leads into the dining room of Templeton. The molding and door frames are painted faux marble. Olive sits in her dog bed under one of a pair of Régence consoles.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Manhattan:
The Horse Painting

It’s one of many that lined the walls at Templeton. Cornelia and her parents were, famously, equestrians.
The New Coffee Table
The only pieces of furniture in the pied-à-terre living room that Romualdez did not scoop up from Templeton are the Willy Rizzo coffee table, found on 1stdibs; the area rug, from John Derian; and the mirror, from John Rosselli.
The Gold Medallions
Hanging on the walls, they were a favorite of Winston Guest. “My dad loved those,” says Cornelia. The wall color is yellow-gold base with an antique caramel-brown glaze in lacquer finish.
The Side Tables
From Maison Jansen, the tables were in the library at Templeton. The Dalí painting above the sofa came from the estate, too.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
Mother and Daughter

A photograph of C.Z. holding Cornelia.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Library

One of many leather-bound family albums.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Linen Closet

Templeton’s original linens are carefully kept clean and pressed.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Kitchen

Today, Cornelia runs her events company from here.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Topiaries

English garden designer Russell Page planted them at Templeton in the seventies.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Family Portrait

A study by John Singer Sargent for his painting of Winston Guest with his grandmother, Anne Phipps.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Storage Room

Ballroom chairs are stacked in the basement of Templeton.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Dining Room

It hasn’t changed much since the days of multicourse dinners for the likes of the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Doris Duke, and Truman Capote.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Manhattan:
The City Bedroom

Cash, one of Cornelia’s ten rescue dogs, under the Warhols that used to hang in the stairway of Templeton.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Templeton:
The Library

The walls, upholstered in Brunschwig & Fils paisley fabric, show the wear of years of fun, family, and friendship.

Photo: Thomas Loof

Elizabeth Padilla (left) Fifth Avenue and Prospect Place, Park Slope. Commuting to the Brooklyn Bar Association on June 9, 2005, Padilla swerved to avoid the open door of a parked P.C. Richard’s truck. She lost control of her bike and fell underneath the wheels of an ice-cream delivery truck.

Juan Luis Solis East Gun Hill Road and Bouck Avenue, the Bronx. Attempting to pass a double-parked car on June 22, 2007, Solis was struck by a box truck and died of severe head trauma. The truck did not stop.

Jeffrey Moore (left) Chauncey Street and Rockaway Avenue, Bed-Stuy. According to witnesses, on May 29, 2007, Moore was run over (twice) by his girlfriend Jeanine Harrington. She was indicted on charges of murder and criminal possession of a weapon (her Nissan Pathfinder).

Derek Lake Houston Street and La Guardia Place. On June 26, 2006, Lake reportedly skidded on a steel construction plate and was crushed underneath the wheels of a passing truck.

Elijah Armand Wrancher (left) Springfield Boulevard and 130th Avenue, Springfield Gardens. On August 28, 2007, 12-year-old Wrancher attempted to ride his bicycle while holding onto a moving truck. He lost his grip and fell under the truck’s rear wheel.

David Smith Sixth Avenue and 36th Street. On December 5, 2007, Smith was biking up Sixth Avenue when the passenger-side door of a parked pickup truck opened unexpectedly. He was knocked into the path of an oncoming truck.

Anthony Delgado (left) Palmetto Street and Central Avenue, Bushwick. Shortly after midnight on April 29, 2007, 13-year-old Delgado borrowed a bike to head home from his friend’s baptism party. As he crossed the intersection, he was struck by an SUV.

Carolina Hernandez 57th Avenue and Junction Boulevard, Elmhurst. On August 16, 2007, Hernandez was riding to a mall when she was struck and killed by a Chevy truck. The driver pled guilty to driving with a suspended license.

Anthony Delgado (left) Palmetto Street and Central Avenue, Bushwick. Shortly after midnight on April 29, 2007, 13-year-old Delgado borrowed a bike to head home from his friend’s baptism party. As he crossed the intersection, he was struck by an SUV.

Carolina Hernandez 57th Avenue and Junction Boulevard, Elmhurst. On August 16, 2007, Hernandez was riding to a mall when she was struck and killed by a Chevy truck. The driver pled guilty to driving with a suspended license.

Anthony Delgado (left) Palmetto Street and Central Avenue, Bushwick. Shortly after midnight on April 29, 2007, 13-year-old Delgado borrowed a bike to head home from his friend’s baptism party. As he crossed the intersection, he was struck by an SUV.

Carolina Hernandez 57th Avenue and Junction Boulevard, Elmhurst. On August 16, 2007, Hernandez was riding to a mall when she was struck and killed by a Chevy truck. The driver pled guilty to driving with a suspended license.

Anthony Delgado (left) Palmetto Street and Central Avenue, Bushwick. Shortly after midnight on April 29, 2007, 13-year-old Delgado borrowed a bike to head home from his friend’s baptism party. As he crossed the intersection, he was struck by an SUV.

Carolina Hernandez 57th Avenue and Junction Boulevard, Elmhurst. On August 16, 2007, Hernandez was riding to a mall when she was struck and killed by a Chevy truck. The driver pled guilty to driving with a suspended license.

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