The Halston House

In the 70s, there was Studio 54 and then there was the Halston House. The mid-century modern location where Andy Warhol, Liza Minnelli and Bianca Jagger danced their decadent disco-glamour nights away. Architect Paul Rudolph, intent on creating a retreat from city life, made sure his clients would live in what one critic referred to at the time as “a world of their own.” The brown-glass façade intentionally recedes from the eye.