Architectural Digest Profiles Steve Wynn's New NYC Apartment
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The March 2014 issue of Architectural Digest features a stunning eight page pictorial of Steve Wynn's new apartment in New York City.
The apartment, designed by Wynn Resorts VP of Design Roger Thomas, is festooned with abstract paintings by Willem De Kooning, Andy Warhol's portrait of Steve Wynn (the red one), Roy Lichtenstein, Lari Pittman and multiple paintings by Wynn favorite Pablo Picasso.
This article is essential reading for all Wynn/Roger Thomas fans, not only to take a sneak peek inside of Steve Wynn's NYC apartment (he's got mirrors over the bed) but to possibly shed a ray of light on what an "Urban Wynn" might look like, minus the quarter billion dollars of paintings of course.
It is also interesting to note how close his apartment design trends towards his hotel's suite decor - banquettes, bar seating, billiards and "butter." Every room in Steve's hotel has to be good enough for Steve to stay in.
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