Janis Provisor and Brad Davis are painters, designers and carpet makers. Their careers have spanned five decades and three continents. And all of this is reflected in the spacious, eclectic loft they share in New York.
The couple moved into the Tribeca loft in 2002, when they returned to the United States from Hong Kong, where they had lived from 1993 and set up Fort Street Studio, an innovative carpet company that is the subject of their new book, A Tale of Warp and Weft.
At the time, the loft was owned by family friends who had left New York after 9/11....READ MORE
Author: Christopher DeWolf Photo By: Jonathan Leijonhufvud