I saw a feature on Klaus' apartment while watching CBS News Sunday Morning last weekend the apartment kind of blew me away - not because of how beautiful it is, but from how empty it is. But I did like his idea decoration. He said he didn't need pictures on the walls because he saw the city as his pictures and art. That's why he has no curtains or drapes. The colors of the city give the apartment it's color - other than black and white that is. Though, there's nothing in the apartment, there's a certain chic element to it that I can't really explain. It's strangely interesting but I couldn't do it.