According to the American designer, the aesthetic of the 480 square meters home, is a mixture of Art Deco, 70's, and contemporary design. Jacobs reportedly paid $10.5 million for the place back in 2009. Although he had never allowed camera an extensive access to his property, he frequently shares pictures of his home to his fans on Instagram. Architectural Digest was able to get a tour of the designer's New York townhouse and even got to meet his famous Bull Terrier, Neville!
Jacobs worked with several interior designers, such as, Thad Hayes, John Gachot of Gachot Studios, and Paul Fortune, in order to decorate his home. According to sources, he wasn't very easy to collaborate with. "One day Marc announced that he’d bought a giant sculpture of Dopey from Paul McCarthy’s ‘White Snow’ series. The only place we could park it was in the television room, which was basically finished at that point. 'So we closed the street and craned the thing in through the back. You do what you have to do,' he said. 'The television room was so perfect that I felt it needed something to disrupt all that order and refinement,' Marc added. 'But I’m not interested in wacky juxtapositions for the sake of wackiness.'
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