This week’s At Home With explores the 1920’s one-bedroom Manhattan apartment of James Hirschfeld, one of the cofounders of Paperless Post. “A lot of my friends have settled downtown or in Brooklyn, but the infrastructure of the Upper East Side—Central Park, the museums, the old-school restaurants, the drug and grocery stores—are what define the New York of my childhood. The neighborhood has a cozy draw for me” says Hirschfeld. The apartment itself, with its built-in bookcases, brick fireplace and flows of natural light are also clearly a draw. Hirschfeld worked with Weil Friedman Architects and decorator CeCe Barfield to create this bright, art-filled and cosy home.
Photography by Max Burkhalter; via Architectural Digest