Author: Alyssa Bird

Upper East Side formality is cast aside in favor of pretty, polished, young, and fun.

At home in Brooklyn, decorator Rodney Lawrence has amassed a treasure trove of curiosities.

The client wanted a modern and glamorous space where she could display her collection of works by undervalued women artists.

“As a fashion designer, you can’t repeat yourself. I approach interiors the same way, as though each project is a different collection,” says Godbold.

The contemporary apartment is perched high in Tribeca's 60-story Jenga-like skyscraper, 56 Leonard.