To create his new home in a Chelsea high-rise, art advisor Allan Schwartzman broke all the rules. A three-bedroom layout was transformed into one, walls giving way to light and panoramic views, while art and furnishings fill its minimalist interior architecture to the brim. "Starting fresh" also gains new meaning here. When decorating the apartment, Allan used furniture idling in storage. The resulting space is a light-filled gallery of sorts, with spaces to work, live, and entertain.
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