We've recently posted quite a few examples of extreme minimalist living. While some of the homes were clearly staged for architectural photos, W Magazine recently featured the extremely minimalist living style of MoMA’s chief curator of media, Klaus Biesenbach.
The Lower East Side apartment is an exercise in liberating simplicity — according to Klaus "this space is about making no decisions.” With just a mattress, TV and 2 chairs, the apartment's 340 square foot terrace is where Klaus spends most of his time at home and the spectacular view commands most of the attention.
You can read about Klaus's living style and see more photos of the stark space in W Magazine: Klaus Haus.
(Images: conceived by Andrea Zittel, photographed by Dean Kaufman)