Jonathan Bean, Daniela Rosner
A tall, blond woman walks expressionless through the apartment, her stiletto boots registering nary a click on the floors. The apartment is small, 325 square feet to be exact, or about the size of a two-car garage. It is impeccably furnished, electric colors popping up against a slick ground of gray and black and white, on trend with the 1970s revival making its way through the home-design scene. The woman is impeccably dressed. Her white blouse matches the walls. Her gray heathered-wool skirt matches the Bolon-brand woven vinyl floors imported from Sweden. This is where she goes through life's…
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