In his new book 'New York Design at Home,' (published by Abrams), Anthony Iannachi reveals how New York interior designers and architects live in their own homes. Those who are known for the interiors they create for others have opened their homes and discuss the notion of living in one’s own personal space. For the upcoming Spring Dialogues, I was asking Iannachi whether the 27 homes features in the book reflect the ultimate expressions of those living in them, as in such past examples as homes of Paul Rudolph, Eileen Gray, FLW, Philip Johnson, Arthur Elrod. To learn the answer, stay tuned as Spring Dialogues will air in May.
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