There are few things D loves more than a Paris apartment and today we have a new addition to our ever growing collection. Completed in 2011, this space designed by Frédéric Sicard strikes that oh so Parisian balance between new and old, minimal and maximal. Enjoy!
A peek into the living room reveals a lush orange velvet chaise and two tables (pedestal and coffee) designed by Sicard.
Flanking the fireplace are two ebony backed Christian Liaigre “Aspre” lounges and between them lies another one of Sicard’s own designs, the “Mary” table.
Just below, in the dining room, Sicard installed custom shelving to house a 1960s rosewood buffet. The photos are by Stephan Crasneanscki, the ceramics by Pol Chambost, the lamp by Hervé Van der Straeten and the “Open Up” and “Open Up Blind Test” stemware is from Arc International.
The kitchen table is set with a “Voiles Grand Bleu” place setting from Puiforcat.
Sicard designed a large black granite sink for the bath. The mirror is composed of a standard beveled round mirror inserted into a large rectangular black one. Faucets are “Tara” by Dornbracht and the “Glo-Ball S2″ pendant light can be found at YLighting.
The entryway boasts a Christian Liaigre “Isle” bronze lamp set upon a “Noah” console table designed by Hervé Van der Straeten.
Reminder – Today is day three of the signed Vincent Van Duysen monograph giveaway! Enter here for the chance to make it yours. We wish you luck!
Photography by Hervé Goluza. Source - Côté Maison.