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After Ann Pyne, of McMillen Inc., renovated an apartment in New York, she found photographs of a 1920s design Eleanor McMillen Brown, the firm's founder, had done for Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field III. That design—in the same building and possibly the same apartment—had long since vanished, she says, "but I was amazed that two designers 80 years apart could come up with so many of the same solutions."

ABOVE AND ABOVE RIGHT: In the gallery, double doors are located "exactly where a mirror hung in the Field residence," says Pyne. A Louis XVI bureau à cylindre is at rear. RIGHT AND OPPOSITE: Each of the designers placed a long sofa against the same wall in the living room, with a large screen above it and matching lamps and chairs on either side.
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