Loft Peeping: Anthony Sperduti

Architectural Digest featured the Tribeca penthouse of Anthony Sperduti, a co-founder of the Partners & Spade ad agency. Inspired by “cinematography, Peggy Guggenheim’s Venice home, and 1970s New York nightlife,” Sperduti did the renovating and decorating himself, and the result is fantastic. Of note:

••• “When I learned that it was the Mudd Club building and that the fourth floor was once Keith Haring’s gallery, I was like, I don’t want to live anywhere else,” said Sperduti. He bought it in late 2016. (That explains the Mudd Club poster in the guest bedroom.)

••• He’s a “self-professed cinephile with an aversion to the look of TV sets […] ‘The first order of business was where can I hide a projection screen?'” Amen to that!

••• Local sources include Todd Merrill, Thomas Hayes, Shinola, Roll and Hill, Roman and Williams Guild, BDDW

The text is by Christiane Lemieux and the photos are by Gieves Anderson, and there are many more in AD’s post.

Recent Loft Peeping posts:
Candice Pool and Casey Neistat
Harrison Street Townhouse
Magnus & Nina Barnieh Blair
Raquel Cayre
Raft Loft
Art collectors at 100 Barclay


1 Comment

  1. Wow. I love it – and it doesn’t just look expensive, it actually has some originality and creativity and all that good stuff. Gorgeous.