The image above shows artist Meghan Boody in the tiny doorway of one of her secret rooms in her Tribeca loft. New York Magazine describes the unique space as a "seven-room fantasy lair that is equal parts Alice in Wonderland and Being John Malkovich" — and they are right on the money.
A rental that she now owns, the apartment was transformed by Boody's aesthetic and the help of architect David Hotson and artist-contractor Randy Polumbo. It is a mix of overgrown English garden, Victorian wallpaper in candy colors, Moorish antiques and Boody's own artwork — don't miss the description of the sculpture in the living room that features a silicon child and live mice!
See the full story at New York Magazine | We're All Mad Here.
Images: Ofer Wolberger