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<p>On Bravo’s “Double Exposure” photographer and digital artist Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri and her partner Markus Klinko travel the world shooting celebrities. But when she’s not capturing the likes of Beyonce, David Bowie and Mary J. Blige she calls New York’s Gramercy Park home. We took the grand tour of her prewar one-bedroom.</p>

 

On Bravo’s “Double Exposure” photographer and digital artist Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri and her partner Markus Klinko travel the world shooting celebrities. But when she’s not capturing the likes of Beyonce, David Bowie and Mary J. Blige she calls New York’s Gramercy Park home. We took the grand tour of her prewar one-bedroom.



How she found it: “I’ve had the place for five years. I spent about two years looking for an apartment and this one really suited my aesthetics — I love the Old World feel, the high ceilings and the spaciousness. And it’s centrally located,” says Pal-Chaudhuri, who didn’t use a broker. Instead she did the research herself.

 

Crown moldings: Drawing inspiration from Russian and Indian palaces, Pal-Chaudhuri painted the molding in the apartment an opulent gold.

 

Multipurpose dining room: Pal-Chaudhuri often transforms her dining area into a work space. “I work 48 hours straight sometimes and it’s really nice to be able to do that at home, rather than in some office building.”

 
 
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