In Adams-Morgan, lawyer Julian Epstein makes the case for loft-style living.
By Deborah K. Dietsch
Photography Gary Landsman
Sprawled on a white chaise in his Adams-Morgan loft, lawyer Julian Epstein makes his case for the simple life. “I’m not a collector. I don’t want a lot of stuff,” he says. “I can’t stand clutter.”
Almost monastic in its minimalism, his bachelor pad is furnished with clean-lined sofas, cubic ottomans and glass and chrome coffee table, all arranged in straight lines on bare bamboo floors. Overhead, the concrete ceiling is left exposed and the floor-to-ceiling windows are unshielded by curtains.