Apartments in New York City are notorious for being cramped and not exactly aesthetically pleasing.
But this 20th century apartment, designed by famed architect Michael Graves, is totally spacious and stunning.
There’s just one problem, it’s locked up in a warehouse.
Designed between 1979 and 1981, the postmodern style rooms — a bedroom, playroom, and library — were found inside an apartment at 101 Central Park West, Gothamist reports.
However, in 1986 the rooms were dismantled and donated to the Brooklyn Museum. They have never been displayed and are stored inside the museum’s private storage warehouse.
Keep reading to take a tour of the secret apartment.
'The suite exemplifies Graves' signature style of muted colours and abstracted classicism,' architectural preservation website Ducomomo explains of the apartment's architectural style.
While many New York apartments are known for being dark, this design looks like it let in plenty of light back in the day.
The intricate design infamously took several years to complete. In fact, when designer Diane Von Furstenberg told artist Andy Warhol she was going to have Graves design her new store, Warhol warned her it would take longer than anticipated.
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