"Interior Lives" Visits a 1-Bedroom Chelsea Apartment That is a Portal to Deep Space

Interior Lives with Wendy Goodman is an interesting new series from New York Magazine and The Cut that reveals the interiors of New Yorker's homes. Similar to MTV Cribs but for normal New Yorkers, the series gives you a revealing peek into just what might be hiding behind your neighbor's walls. In this inaugural episode, visit the unique Chelsea home of artist Doug Meyer and his husband.

What artist Doug Meyer has created in his 1-bedroom apartment in Chelsea can best be described as a fantastical mini-kingdom, part science-fiction and part Jetsons, filled with his own handmade fixtures, furniture and rugs — each inspired by Meyer’s love for geometry, botany, and microoorganisms.

In this episode of Interior Lives, our design editor Wendy Goodman takes us inside Meyer’s apartment, a post-war co-op in the Chelsea Mutual Redevelopment Houses, where Meyer’s interstellar imagination is on full-display, showing us just how important it is to never let your space, no matter where or what the size, limit possibility.

Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

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Matt enjoys exploring the City's with his partner and son. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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