An Eye For Art
Built from concrete and mahogany timber joinery, this contemporary 185 square metre structure in Williamsburg, New York, is in striking contrast to the neighbouring 1950s red-brick houses. Not one to shy away from making a statement, owner Anthony Goicolea’s bold design reflects the same approach as his internationally acclaimed art. The multidisciplinary artist has works housed in the permanent collections of the Guggenheim, the Brooklyn Museum, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art – a level of success that provided the financial ballast to undertake this mammoth home-building project.
Photography – © Emily Andrews