Vintage and modern intermingle and the combination of products consists of ceramics, charred wood, wrought metal, leather, materials, wool, concrete, and more. Regardless of its diverse products and designs, the area does not feel overloaded. The pinkish tones and the round kinds of much of the art, furnishings, and architecture contrast with the strength and energy of the dark woodwork. The previous studio apartment has actually ended up being the fragile and covering cocoon of a collector.
On one wall of the living-room, there is a big abstract painting in calm colors by Renaud Barse. On another, the lines of Johanna de Clisson’s sculptures engage with a couch by Pierre Paulin, a G2 flooring light by Pierre Guariche, a fiberglass stool by Lukas Cober, and a table by Valentin Loellmann in fire-blackened oak. In the bed room, on a cream-colored wall, a 17th-century Flemish interest cabinet sits beside modern illustrations and a concrete sculpture by Mattia Listowski. The owner discovers herself covered in softness in an area that embodies the art of living, with a decoration completely fit to her and nobody else.