Exhibiting an ease we’ve come to expect from
With a generous 130sqm at her disposal – not your regular
The art collection is sophisticated but not without moments of eccentricity and whimsy. The client’s Art Advisor, Alex Glauber from
In the living room, a covetable Axel Vervoordt stone coffee table floats in the middle of the interior, paired with raw textural finishes and muted furnishings; the space’s colour comes from the artwork. A very Lynchian Louise Lawler photograph interrelates with the unmistakable
While everything in the apartment sits in sophisticated equilibrium it’s the moments of surprise that take the cake. A glass desk by René-Jean Caillette sits askew in the middle of the room, unanchored – and, you cannot tell me otherwise – perfectly placed. On the opposite corner sits a dusty rose lounge chair and ottoman by
Careful not to overwhelm the bold art collection the walls were painted in warm tones and paired with creamy woven rugs, linen blinds and earthy ceramics, adding monotonal texture to the enveloping abode.
While I could go on (and on, and on) I’ll spare you the fangirling and let the clear love for simple and understated pieces with rich, natural and genuine materiality speak for themselves. Enjoy!
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