A Behold on the Art in Julian Schnabel’s Former $10 M. Gramercy Park Loft
Once the dwelling and studio of Anselm Kiefer and, later, Julian Schnabel, this nearly $10 million buck Gramercy Park loft is encourage within the marketplace. In 1977, essentially essentially based on Sotheby’s Realty Worldwide listings, the early 20th-century warehouse changed into adapted into live-work lofts by seminal artists Gordon Matta-Clark and Les Levine. Converted all over again from a painting studio to a 3-bed room and three-and-a-half-bathtub predicament by the award-successful firm Architecture Study Space of job, this 7,100-sq.-foot effect apart sprawls all over two floors of the Gramercy Dwelling constructing. The employ-in kitchen, closed off from the remainder of the final public residing areas, is total with a dusky-and-white checkerboard marble floor and backsplashes designed by Schnabel himself.
The mansion-sized duplex most now not too prolonged within the past served as predicament to inside of decorator Michelle Andrews, who is important for her clientele of most modern art collectors. Unfortunately for the recent owners, the predicament gained’t near furnished with the art. Images sooner than Andrews’s budge ingredient a rich sequence.