Clockwise from top left: Party at the Factory in 1965 by Fred W. McDarrah; Warhol seated 1964 by Billy Name; Warhol on his couch by John Naar 1967; Edie Sedgwick in 1965 by Billy Name.
The Factory served as a workspace as well as party central for Warhol and his friends. Domino updated the sexy mod-minimalist style by keeping the the silver and white scheme with glossy lacquer floors, metallic silver walls and shiny cabinets. The kidney shaped sofa is an ode to Warhol's favorite lounging spot.
If you ever have the chance to visit Pittsburgh, be sure to check out the Warhol Museum. They have a vast collection of Warhol's as well as Basquiat and special exhibitions. It's been years since I have been there but it was very akin to what the Factory probably felt like.