Most inspiring place you’ve ever been to: “I went to the Wharton Esherick house in Pennsylvania a while back. It was an incredible space to see, not just because I love the style he worked in, but it was simply inspiring to be in the house and studio he built, with the furniture and sculpture he made, and to feel a connection to the way he lived and worked.”
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Most inspiring place you’ve ever been to: “I went to the Wharton Esherick house in Pennsylvania a while back. It was an incredible space to see, not just because I love the style he worked in, but it was simply inspiring to be in the house and studio he built, with the furniture and sculpture he made, and to feel a connection to the way he lived and worked.”