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With the help of more than 20 well-known artists, like Spencer Fung, Eriko Horiki, Antoni Gaudi and Nestor Perkal, this restored chateau has been turned into a designer hideaway with a striking collection of contemporary art.
Drawing on this palazzo’s opulence and drama, two Milan-based art and design enthusiasts have turned it into a showcase for a who’s who of Italian mid-century and modern design, that also hosts pop-up exhibitions.
Pass through the exposed stone doorways of this Pombaline-style home to discover deeply individual design, surfaces and fixtures with an astounding level of detail – and fun.
Conceived by the editor-in-chief of the magazine Trendland, this is a dynamic space is where design, art, gastronomy and cultural expression come to life. Housed in a 2,000-square-foot loft apartment in New York’s Flatiron district, it’s a living canvas dedicated to interior design and artistic innovation.
Curated by East End fashion house Hostem, this is a fashionable and imaginative reboot of a historic residence. Doubling as a concept shop and gallery, it has a polished selection of furnishings, and a finely-balanced contrast of historic elegance and mid-century style.
Recently updated by Faenza-based Studio Rava Piersanti, this rationalist-style villa is full of surprises. Interiors are a treasure trove of 20th-century art and designer furnishings, including cool vintage Ettore Sottsass ceramics, and a collection of paintings by French artist Philippe Artias.
Artists Sofie Lachaert and Luc Dhanis weave conceptual, applied and visual arts, philosophy and craftsmanship into this Belgian home, in a seamless habitat that explores the boundaries between exhibition and lifestyle.
Designed in crisp, modern whites with gallery-like spaces, this seaside home serves as a showcase for an exceptional collection of 20th-century fine art, in a spectacular location overlooking Santa Monica Bay.
Renovated by an artistic duo, this home weaves vintage style, classic and contemporary Belgian design with meticulous craftsmanship into a habitat of calm but stylish repose, featuring a mix of pieces by celebrated label Serax and items sourced by the designers.
Working with interior designer Andrew Trotter, the owners of this 16th-century palazzo have transformed it into a live/work destination with four apartments for travelers, an exhibition space, and an artist-in-residency program that encourages creative expression.
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