“History is fresh! Put that on a T-shirt!”
Michael Tomei was beaming when he logged on for our job interview from his apartment in New York Metropolis. His genius for infusing present day interiors with furnishings with wealthy patina is evident in his meticulously-created, 2,100-sq.-foot, two-bed room loft that he shares with his companion, Peter, and a rescue dog named Huxley.
Intestine renovating the space in a century-outdated warehouse building in Manhattan’s NoHo district signaled a main equipment-shift for Tomei, who used to conceptualize shop shows and style demonstrates for brand names like Calvin Klein, Balenciaga, and Lanvin. Opening Michael