Designed for the Director of Paintings & Sculpture Department at the Museum of Modern Art, the Mallard Lake House is its own contemporary work. The home was created by Vuko Tashkovich and is inspired by the architecture of I.M. Pei. The modernist dwelling measures at 9,300 square feet and features geometric shapes and a clean, white palette. Its interior acts as a gallery for the owner's extensive collection and includes five bedrooms and eight bathrooms. Organized around a central courtyard, entertaining spaces expand out to a bluestone terrace while the master suite has direct access to the indoor/outdoor saltwater pool and spa. Floor-to-ceiling glazing throughout affords nearly all of the 15 rooms sweeping views of the 3.5-acre park-like property.