Built as a literal "artist residence," the bedroom inside Western Bridge has become an extra exhibition space, one where people love to linger. The white

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Bedroom inside Western Bridge

Built as a literal "artist residence," the bedroom inside Western Bridge has become an extra exhibition space, one where people love to linger. The white down comforter on the bed is the perfect blank foil for the clever asymmetrical nightstands on either side (one possesses a glowing tabletop), while a pair of straight-backed white chairs mimic the oversize windowpanes (and the playful curtains) above the immaculate bed. (All are designed by Roy McMakin.) The textures are quiet, allowing you to pay attention to the furniture's design. There's not much privacy here, because people will keep coming into this small room, perhaps to watch a tiny wall-mounted video or, more recently, to be pushed about by a bumping crowd of metallic silver balloons.—Adriana Grant

 
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