Which space within your home do you gravitate to the most and why?
Lee Broom: The living room for me is my favourite space. It’s a large room, with lots of light, it is very comfortable but also conceptual at the same time. I like to live like this; I enjoy comfort, but I also enjoy a bit of drama, especially when it comes to entertaining.
How does living in the Big Apple compare to London?
Lee Broom: Having my own space in New York, a city which I adore, is very exciting. I remember coming to New York in 1995, and I stayed with a friend of mine around the corner from this very apartment. The neighbourhood was very different back then, but I remember being so inspired and awestruck. That hasn’t changed. I still love London too, and it will always be my home, but the energy and pace, the food, the architecture, and the open spaces create a different feel. I feel fortunate to spend time in two of the greatest cities in the world.