Madeleine Von Froomer is a painter and the designer for Sophomore NYC. Portraits taken at her apartment in Manhattan. Recommended by Martynka.

About AnAfternoonWith...

A project about people and their spaces.
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22 Responses to MADELEINE

  1. Lavelda Naylor says:

    I concur—fantastic blog idea!!!

  2. Helene says:

    I really love this blog, but there is a black box on the right of the page really spoiling the pleasure. (The box about following the blog) I would add it even though there wasnt such a box there. People who likes the blog would. How to get rid of it? It also takes takes the view from parts of the photos which is very disturbing. I eventually added my email adress to make the box go away, but then another one came instead, aargh…But lovely project, anyway.

  3. eatzybitzy says:

    Awww such a beautiful room. Especially the work desk.

  4. VnesBH says:

    Totally agree. Either city or country – no middle ground for me either. And I’m glad I’m not the only one who feels a little awestruck by the possibilities at this moment in my life. Newly married with the whole world waiting for us…what to do with it is what I’m trying to figure out right now.

  5. fivecats says:

    Beautiful apartment. The odds and ends, nicely displayed. As always, beautifully photographed.

  6. Sofía says:

    Simple and spectacular.
    Books and shoes! Books and shoes!

  7. Fiona.q says:

    crocodile is funny.
    regards from Florence, M 🙂

  8. Beautiful pictures – her life seems so charming!

  9. annton says:

    it is hard to tell, why we fall in love. so, I am not trying to do, just note that I did.

  10. roberthenryfischat says:

    i surrender i surrender!

  11. angela says:

    Lovely. I’m a terrible snoop thou for I tried to get a close of the bookshelf titles. Must be a librarian thing. Love the croc shot…made me smile ~

  12. What creative people you find! I want her shoes!

  13. Once again you’ve created beautifully aestheticized work that also provides such a simple, yet sublime, peek into someone’s world. I don’t mean to be a Facebook hater, it’s a valuable resource, still everything there has a certain air of vulgarity even when it’s important. Here you’ve harnessed the best of new media to make us not detached, but more connected.

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