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 episode, visit a massive half-gallery, half-apartment hybrid located on Central Park South.
This Central Park South home qua gallery fuses its owners’ love of art and aversion to natural materials with a vision of forward-thinking material design and architecture, brought to life by interior designer Carl D’Aquino and architect Francine Monaco, of D’Aquino Monaco. See how, in this episode of Interior Lives, D’Aquino and Monaco pulled it all off, as our design editor, Wendy Goodman, tours the space and reveals why it’s so important to approach home design with a spirit of adventure.
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