Квартира дизайнера Эндрю Джина в Париже


Квартира парижского фэшн-дизайнера Эндрю Джина (Andrew Gn)
 как пример авторского самовыражения коллекционера дизайнерских предметов
 различных стилей. Как пример - только в гостиной солянка из стульев 1950-х
Melchiorre Bega, ткани Lelievre, кресла Emiel Veranneman, коктейльный
столик Fredrik Schriever-Abeln из 1960-х, светильники Didier Bazille,
 живопись Philippe Garouste de Clauzade, табуретки конца 19-го века,
 и в довершение  турецкий ковер...

Paris fashion star Andrew Gn's new Right Bank apartment offers
 him the perfect opportunity to express his love of design and passion
 for collecting in a completely different style

In the living room of fashion designer Andrew Gn's Paris apartment, 1950s wing chairs by Melchiorre Bega, upholstered in a Lelievre fabric, face armchairs by Emiel Veranneman and a cocktail table by Fredrik Schriever-Abeln, both from the 1960s; the custom-made floor lamps are by Didier Bazille, a painting by Philippe Garouste de Clauzade hangs above an Art Nouveau wood mantelpiece, the stools are late-19th-century, and the kilim is Turkish.

Ceramics by Jacques Blin, Robert Picault, and Pol Chambost, among others, line the kitchen's custom-made shelving. Gn in the library; the chair is Viennese Secession, and the desk is custom made.

A painting by Pan Jian hangs above a Belgian stained-oak console in the living room; the circa-1898 armchairs are by Gustave Serrurier-Bovy, the blue ceramics are by Les Dalo, and the lamp is by Didier Bazille.

A sculpture by Merete Rasmussen tops a lacquered table by Andre Arbus in the living room; the screen is by Zoe Ouvrier, and the daybed by Josef Hoffmann is upholstered in a fabric by JAB Anstoetz.

A painting by Philippe Garouste de Clauzade hangs above a console by Axel Einar Hjorth in the bedroom; the circa-1911 chair is by Otto Prutscher.

Custom-made nightstands by Benoit Langlade, topped with 1970s lamps, flank the bed in the master bedroom, the coverlet is by Le Rideau de Paris, and the armchair is Danish; the painting is by Myriam Boccara, and the 1950s rug is Swedish.
via Elle Decor

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