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Ben in Brooklyn

Visit the Brooklyn apartment of Uprise collector Ben, who embraces open-floor-plan living by creating a cozy, minimalist space. A mixed media work by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey fits seamlessly into his existing, black-and-white collection, alongside a work by Ariele Alasko.

Photos by Ben Lindsey

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Artwork by Katrine Hildebrandt-Hussey (left)
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Slant

“Less, but better. As Dieter Rams posits, good design is as little design as possible. Surround yourself with essentials you love and you will be happy.”

— Ben Lindsey

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