Vogue takes us inside the home of one of its contributing editors, Lauren Santo Domingo.
“If there’s one thing you can say about my apartment it's that it’s constantly evolving, constantly changing,” says Santo Domingo of the Flatiron loft she shares with her husband, Andrés Santo Domingo. “I think that is the mark of a good apartment; you can never really be done—It’s like a proper wardrobe. At my house, it might be a small tweak, but you’re never going to see the same thing twice.”
Some great pieces of vintage modernism furnish the space, including a Willy Rizzo brass and lacquer coffee table, a rare hippo bar by François-Xavier and Claude Lalanne, an Eero Saarinen dinette flanked by vintage 70's pod chairs, a collection of Blenko and Onesto glass. Art collection includes works by Salvador Dalí, Hans Bellmer, Aaron Young, Max Ernst, Andy Warhol, and a lego dog by Nathan Sawaya.
Photographs by Claiborne Swanson Frank, via Vogue.
Posted by switch-smith at 11:00 AM . Friday, January 14, 2011