Controversial art director Sam Shahid recently revealed his tranquil home to the New York Times. Far removed from his hectic life in fashion this minimal three-storey apartment defines his personal style.
Shadid told Cathy Horyn: “At work, I have so much stuff around me. And then you come here and it’s serene, calm.”
He gave architect David Piscuskas free reign to reflect his “American Pure” style. Armed with a couple of references to work with — no lamps, Tadao Ando, and Kjaerholm, Piscuskas created a light, airy apartment inspired by hotels.
“I wanted a hotel, without the feeling of transience.” Continue Reading…