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This Edwardian family home incorporates an unexpected but harmonious mix of materials, decorations and shapes into its design. Wood panelling with a linear diamond shaped motif reminiscent of those produced by the Viennese Secessionist workshop, Wiener Werkstätte adorn the walls of the fumoir – furnished with sumptuous velvet drapes; Jean-Michel Frank chairs; a modernist tripod ashtray and 1960s Gudrun Baudisch vase. The Wiener Werkstätte references continue into the kitchen, with its Josef Hoffmann Thonet dining chairs; Koloman Moser chandelier; bespoke iron and brass work inspired by Gustav Klimt; Paris Metro tiles and reclaimed wood floor stained with a graphic pattern. 1960s Pierre Cardin wallpaper, hand painted Turkish tiles, moorish wooden panels and a Victorian bathtub are contrasted with traditional Chadder & Co fixtures in the bathroom. A Moroccan-style tent by the artist Olivier Mourão is installed in the living room, which is furnished with pillows cut from Peruvian carpets; curtains and a mandala made from antique Suzani textiles; a giant disco ball, and an eclectic art collection.
Located in Saint-Germain-des-Prés, this Haussmannian apartment was made for both living and entertaining. There’s a bold 1960-1970s influence with Willy Rizzo tables; Pierre Vandel furniture in black and burgundy; Charles Eames fibreglass chairs from Herman Miller; Toga sofas in camel coloured suede, and an octagonal dining table by Roche Bobois. Vintage Berber rugs from Marrakech, Eileen Gray desk lamps, Bauhaus market finds, and Bookniture props also decorate the space. Although it has a contemporary feel, history has been honoured: the herringbone parquet floor, wall panelling and stained glass including fasces dating back to the French Revolution have been carefully restored to their original splendour. There's an ingenious maximising of space in the all-red kitchen. And art is literally embedded into the apartment’s design with its Art Deco guest bathroom featuring wallpaper by French Illustrator Delphine Cauly, and gold leaf mural by artist Christina Maximoff.
Atelier Mayer’s desert kasbah is an oasis of luxury in the heart of the desert. The interiors melt traditional Moroccan hand craftsmanship with vintage finds from around the world. The office pays homage to the Viennese Secessionist period with chairs designed by Le Corbusier, Gustave Miklos and Josef Hoffmann, which are contrasted by a 1920s airport desk from Kenya. The living room meanwhile – inspired by the Palais Bulles Pierre Bernard and Antti Love built for Pierre Cardin in 1984 – features stencilled Strauss egg lamps and bespoke banquettes made from Moroccan tadelakt plaster. There’s a scattering of textured wool pillows made by a local women’s co-operative, and an oversized white fluffy carpet and Berber sofas by Soufiane Zarib. The doors throughout the house have been hand painted with traditional patterns by skilled Moroccan artisans.