Every room has something unique about it, whether it be a wall covered in Andy Warhol portraits, an ornate green and gold matador outfit, or an inflatable dog hanging from the ceiling. I took a Modern and Contemporary Art History class this past term, and I have really come to appreciate both movements. This apartment is filled with it. I do love the cozy feel of traditional homes, and modern homes tend to be cold and sometimes off-putting, but Boardman and Rosen were able to make a modern home feel cozy. My favorite room is the library. Even with the plesiosaur skeleton hanging from the ceiling, I could see myself curled up on the couch with a blanket and a good book.
I think it must have been Boardman's touch that helped soften up Rosen's idea of the perfect apartment.
|The Library, with the plesiosaur skeleton and the matador outfit|
|The Play Room, decorated with Andy Warhol portraits|
|The Living Room, complete with the inflatable dog|
|The Dining Room, with a glass-enclosed biosphere as the centerpiece|