The home of David Karp

Extract from the feature article in the New York Times on the home of Tumblr founder and CEO, David Karp:

“I don’t like screens very much. Big bright monitors drive me nuts”; screens in the bedroom are “gross.” Karp takes his rule seriously, for in his newly renovated loft, in south Williamsburg, Brooklyn, screens are scarce, as is, for that matter, anything particularly shiny or smooth. It is, instead, a dedication to all that is aged, rough or both: ancient bricks, weathered concrete, blackened steel and reclaimed oak.”

The New York Times

The New York Times

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(Images: The New York Times)

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