Actor Gerald Butler created and old-world home in Manhattan's Chelsea neighborhood with the help of architect Alexander Gorlin and film designer Elvis Restaino. A heavy custom-made table is the heart of the 3300 square foot loft's dining area.
Gerard Butler’s Manhattan loft, featured in Architectural Digest in May Design by architect Alexander Gorlin and film designer Elvis Restaino, sq. two-story loft Former manufacturing warehouse in Chelsea.
The table in the formal dining-room was once in a Paris library. It is now painted and mirrored, surrounded by antique chairs covered in green mohair. From the mirrored ceiling hang four identical chandeliers, a rare find from a church.