Jeff Lincoln’s home office at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo

Video: Tour Jeff Lincoln’s Home Office at the Galerie House of Art and Design

Prints by Andy Warhol line the ‘no-tech’ space, which also features an intoxicating mix of vintage and contemporary design

“There’s no technology in the room,” says Jeff Lincoln. Unorthodox for a home office, yes, but who wouldn’t want to work in an ultra-zen space with no digital distractions? “This a room for thinking, looking, and contemplating about art,” he adds. Lincoln sourced vintage and contemporary collectible design pieces by Pierre Jeanneret, Jean Prouve, Gerrit Reitveld, Lina Bo Bardi, Rogan Gregory, Caleb Woodard, and John Pomp from his own gallery in Southampton and punctuated the space with lamps by Elisa Uberti, Oscar Toralasco, and Peter Lane, sculptures by Alex Hagentorn, and silver gelatin photographs by Andy Warhol. Anchoring the room are a selection of rugs from Stark, the Rug Company, and Carine Boxy, while all of the fabrics came from Pierre Frey.

Watch below as Lincoln give a tour of the space.

 

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Cover: Jeff Lincoln’s home office at the Galerie House of Art and Design.
Photo: Genevieve Garruppo

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