the ultimate adventurer—
pilot, sailor, kite surfer and
obsessive traveler needed a place
to “check-in” from time to time
that didn’t deny him personal
mementos or sleek comforts.
he calls the second bedroom
his “joint” and the living room carpet
belonged to his grandma.
framed black-and-white photos
line the entry like the opening
credits of a fascinating bio-pic and
a Sophie Berard silk painting
compliments sleek white walls.
walls stacked in brick and ceilings
planked in wood;
felt and plaid textiles and a lacquered
kitchen transformed what could have
been a nondescript dude lair into a
handsome haven with where he can
put his feet up and relive a few
epic travel moments.
(on a beloved mid-century lounger)
77 stories high. armagnac in hand.