Synopses & Reviews
It's a classic thing we've all heard: "New York is great to visit, but I wouldnt want to live there." New Yorkers laugh it off because they know the secret: it's even better when you live there. New York Interiors offers readers the chance to see the Big Apples most fabulous pads in all their eccentric splendor. The Hell's Angel who sleeps next to a coffin, the painter who makes art from trash, the woman who's brought Provence to Downtown, the couple who live in the Brooklyn of the 19th century "typical" New Yorkers homes are presented alongside those of its glitterati (such as Leo Castelli, Wolfgang Joop, Isabella Rossellini, Steven Speilberg, and Donald Trump). With beautiful photographs of over 40 homes in and around New York City, this book is bound to convince the nay-sayers that New York really is the place to be and live.
This volume contains a collection of the many fascinating ways in which people have made themselves feel at home in New York. It covers 42 different apartments and houses in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island - from a loft sprayed with graffiti to an elegant uptown apartment on Park Avenue.