Perfect Worlds: Plasma House


Condo in Converted Office Building


1,550 square feet

“It’s all about the TV, the view, the antler, and then some. We’re not afraid to say we love TV, reality TV, anything on HBO. Everything in the house faces the TV.”

photo: Brian Kennedy

Matt Lewis: Co-owner, Baked, 359 Van Brundt Street, Red Hook

Matt Holbein: Real estate agent, Douglas Elliman

1 Custom-designed floating console, Hivemindesign Inc., 27 Montrose Avenue, Brooklyn

2 Bose surround sound speakers, J&R, Park Row across from City Hall

3 Pioneer 42-inch high-definition plasma display system TV, J&R

4 Brown leather cubes, Restoration Hardware

5 Fake wheatgrass, CITE Design, 120 Wooster Street

6 Wood candle holders, Calvin Klein Store, 654 Madison Avenue

7 Rusted steel Loma cocktail table, Desiron, 151 Wooster Street

8 Farnham LA Return Sofa, natural weave, ABC Carpet & Home, 20 Jay Street, Brooklyn (“Significantly less than at ABC in Manhattan”)

9 Magazines: Dwell, Food & Wine, The Advocate

10 Oak end cube, King’s Road Home, 42 Wooster Street

11 Blue and brown wool Mother Child Rug by Jonathan Adler, 47 Greene Street

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