March 2023 , Architectural Digest
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Star quality. All the people featured in this issue have it, and so do their rooms. When we learned that AD100 designer Billy Cotton worked with singer-actor Lily Allen and her husband, actor David Harbour, on a major decorative statement in their Brooklyn town house, I was deeply intrigued, as I admire all three of these creative powerhouses. Prepare to be utterly surprised by the trio’s fantastical domestic vision. Harbour describes his wife’s taste as “bold, silly, fun, eccentric—it’s exciting.” Allen, who, it emerges, has always been interested in interiors, says, “Together, Billy and I tried to reach for something weird and wonderful.” A delightful meeting of the minds.
In an issue devoted to luminaries of all types, few burn brighter than art world star Kehinde Wiley, who gives AD a tour of his spectacular new home in Lagos, Nigeria, an environment he describes as “a temple to solitude, a space to create much more experimental work.” Wiley, who guided the yearlong renovation himself, says, “There was never a real plan.” Instead, he allowed “the process to be the star of the show.” Spoken like a true artist.
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