Carriage House

Created for David Adjaye in 2010

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  1. Residential

Belonging to the art collector Adam Lindemann, this house in Manhattan designed by David Adjaye was a revelation to cover. It took two visits, one to shoot purely the architecture, and the other with art and furnishings. A giant sized Paul McCarthy sculpture was in the main gallery hall, along with a Butterfly painting by Hirst in the room to the rear of the house. I became like a child in a candy store, experiencing the plethora of subject matter to work with. The result was a David Adjaye book published by Rizzoli titled ‘A House For An Art Collector’ featuring the work we produced.



FrontOfHouse Open Inside Out Sacrifice(w) DownStone Carriage House Lift Shaft Master Bedroom(w) Master Bathroom Night Terrace(w)


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