What was once a hospital in the 1920s now is the home of writer Brad Goldfarb and Ralph Lauren’s chief retail creative officer Alfredo Paredes. This 2,500 square foot East Village duplex was transformed with the addition of large-scale french doors, a timber ceilings, industrial lighting, vintage furniture and of course, Ralph Lauren fabrics. Masculine charm at its finest!

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(via Architectural Digest)