Surrounded by greenery, this eighteenth century "Hotel Particulier" offers a private paved courtyard. The table was designed by Martin Szekely.
In the white entrance, a Joseph Beuys self-portrait faces the beautiful classified stairs, across the living room overlooking the garden.
Dorothée, the hostess and her daughter in the living room. Suspension Cloud Frank Gehry, which floats above the lower Swatch table Hella Jongerius (Kreo Gallery) and carpet Diamonds Bouroullec (Nanimarquina). Raffles sofa Vico Magistretti (De Padova).
In the music parlor graphic confrontation between black piano and the Cloud lamp Gehry.
In the spacious and bright kitchen, conveniently located in the center of the house is where everyone meets. Under the brothers Bouroullec's lamp, the great Corian table surrounded by Jean Prouvé chairs was created by Martin Szekely. Notice the long skylight above the and the polished concrete floor.
Another portrait of Beuys, Biagio lamp, marble, is a creation of Tobia Scarpa (Flos). The chair is Florence Knoll (Kreo Gallery).
In Dorothy's bathroom, the bench Carta Shigeru Ban (Cappellini) in cardboard tubes, a bathtub Spoon XL (Agape) and a kilim rug (Caravan). Rody Graumans suspension (Droog Design) and Table David Salle.
In the master bedroom, the massive bed (Vi-Spring) extends with a daybed Barcelona Mies van der Rohe (Knoll). The painting is David Salle, the suspension Herzog & De Meuron (Artemide). Small canvas Jasper Johns, pedestal table Saarinen (Knoll) and mask West Africa.
In the daughter's bedroom, the walls are divided between a photo of Nan Goldin and a reproduction of Roy Lichtenstein. Coffee table Bouroullec (Vitra) and rocking chair Eames (Vitra).
Each bathroom is adjacent bedroom. In it, the mirror was found in le s puces . Faucet (Dornbracht).
Via ADmagazine.fr photos Vincent Leroux