Clapton Hall by Lucinda Loya

Clapton Hall by Lucinda Loya

 Just off Stuyvesant Square in Gramercy, New York City, is the 1800’s Victorian Gothic Building, also known as Landmark 17. Originally an Episcopal Church, it has been occupied by the Salvation Army and Smith College. It was also a rehabilitation centre, nicknamed ‘Clapton Hall’ after Eric Clapton, who had been treated there, gifted money for its renovation. It is now the pied-a-terre of interior designer Lucinda Loya and her husband Javier.