Design Posted on February 12, 2013 – 01:30 in Design | Calum

Inside James Jebbia’s House

I’m just going to go ahead and assume you know who James Jebbia is if you’re on this site. That might seem snobby or presumptuous of me but if you don’t know; Google is your friend.  Anyway, this is Mr Jebbia’s Greenwich Village loft. The guy has seriously refined taste, with works from Picasso and Mogens Koch on display. And not a box logo in sight…

View it here.

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