Designers’ homes are often laboratories where they are free to experiment. These spaces are filled with the designer’s most personal and cherished objects, furnishings, and artwork that are concentrated expressions of their style and interests. New York Design at Home profiles 27 homes and looks at how these creative professionals approach design in their personal space. Like most New York City residents, they are decorating with much smaller budgets than their work projects, but they find creative ways to deal with tiny bathrooms, awkward and unusable kitchens, and shared living spaces. Photographed by Noe DeWitt, New York Design at Home highlights the carefully considered details within each interior—the Pablo Picasso painting reproduced as wallpaper, the kitchen utensils on display, textiles that provide pops of color in an otherwise monochromatic space—and captures the creative essence of these homes with new, never-before-published images.
About the Author
Anthony Iannacci is a publisher, editor, journalist, and curator. He is the author of a number of books on design, interior design, and architecture, including Fox-Nahem: The Design Vision of Joe Nahem, Hollywood Interiors: Style and Design in Los Angeles, and Dealer's Choice: At Home with Purveyors of Antique and Vintage Furnishings. After studying art and architecture at the Cooper Union in New York City, he lived in Milan for eleven years, where he contributed to Artforum, Artscribe, and Vogue Italia, and orchestrated exhibitions across Northern Italy. Moving back to the United States, he founded Edizioni Press and Architecture/Interiors Press. Iannacci resides in New York and Los Angeles.