This NY Times piece focuses on an upcoming Sotheby’s auction of the contents of Robert Isabell’s West Village home after the death of its owner, the 57-year-old floral-designer-to-New-York’s-elite. The designer’s home held an incredible collection of mid-century furntiture and decorative art, carefully sourced for years and meticulously chosen to fit his vision of home.
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