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Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' East Village home in Manhattan, furnished with armchairs by Le Corbusier and Hans Wegner.

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Originally appeared in Inside the Homes of 7 Creatives
on October 13, 2015
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' East Village home in Manhattan, furnished with armchairs by Le Corbusier and Hans Wegner.

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders and his wife purchased a former church rectory in New York's East Village in 1978—years before the art scene exploded in the neighborhood. A series of family portraits by fellow artist Francesco Clemente hang above a reading area furnished with well-worn LC50 armchairs by Le Corbusier, a bench coffee table by George Nelson, and a rare Hans Wegner swivel chair. The side table to the left is a piece by conceptual artist Joseph Kosuth.

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