Japanese mid-century, French Baroque, modern minimalism, and Dorothy Draper inspired American Baroque – each room in this 8,500 square foot New York City home has a character of its own. And not only is the house spread out over eight stories, it boasts four outdoor spaces that truly bring the outdoors in. And vice versa. I mean, can we talk about the massive tub and shower inside a glass roofed atrium?! Trés Zen.
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