We found this cool feature buried in The New York Times pages for New York & Regional News — it's a full, interactive panoramic shot of William F. Buckley Jr.'s formal dining room in his Park Avenue apartment (you can even look at the ceiling and herringbone floors). Buckley, the "preeminent voice of American conservatism" died in February and the tables are still set!
While the style of this room does nothing for our modern sensibilities, we're smitten with the technology! This is a must-see interactive panaromic image, so check it out: The Dining Room Where Buckley Reigned. Now we just need this same technology for AT House Tours!
Pics: Fred R. Conrad for The New York Times