sharon coplan hurowitz’s new york apartment


Browsing through the design section of nymag.com I found this apartment owned by art adviser Sharon Coplan Hurowitz. The entire house is packed with beautiful design and art. Hurowitz’s collection is focused on European designers from the nineties to the present, Boontje to Wanders. This lady sure loves Dutch design! Her decorating sense is fearless with the bedrooms painted in blue, green, and violet. The image above is from the dining room, where Hurowitz’s daughter hangs out in a Nest high chair. I posted about this fab chair earlier this year (the Nest chair is available from Little Fashion Gallery). Above the IKEA dinning table (meant to be temporary) hangs Rody Graumans’s 85 Lamps. The chairs are Marcel Wanders’ New Antiques chairs, designed for Cappellini.


The pendant lamp, Random Light, in the top image is from Dutch designer Bert Jan Pot (I have this lamp as well!). An Elizabeth Peyton self-portrait hangs above bench quaderna by Superstudio. In the living room (lower image) the Bouroullec brothers’ Cabane structure (one of only three made) is paired with a Piero Lissoni sofa. The self-portrait is by Thomas Ruff. The two tables are by Marcel Wanders: Flower coffee table designed for Moooi (with legs, in front of the sofa); the other for Bisazza (the one on the left).

Click here to go to nymag.com where you can read the whole article and see all the photos of this gorgeous apartment.

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2 Responses to sharon coplan hurowitz’s new york apartment

  1. So many things I love in this place: the bookshelves, highchair, 85 lights pendant….on and on!

  2. Love it! And I’m not even that into colour. So cool and beautiful!

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