Meghan Boody's Trippy Tribeca Loft

New York Magazine

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