A heterogeneous interior reflects the character of the homeowner and this Maisonette P155 apartment (belonging to an architect and a textile designer) shows how a blank canvas can be turned into a museum of sorts — a savvy collage of meaningful furnishings and art. Their interior combines a highly-considered mix of mementoes, keepsakes, artworks and inspirational pieces that were collected and sourced from the pair’s travels around the world. With a cabinet of curiosities behind every arched, glass and mirrored door, the running eclecticism throughout the home creates a consistent eccentricity and ties together the labyrinth of compelling fascinations.
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Be sure not to correlate ‘eclectic’ with an anything-goes ethos. While this interior may seem like a mish-mash to the untrained eye, it pays to remember that each piece should retain its purpose and tie into the context.
Clockwise from top left:
Bell pendant lamp by Marcel Wanders for Moooi from ECC | Randaccio mirror by Gio Ponti for Gubi from Cult | Arkad small check rug by Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg for Kasthall from Trenzseater | Platner Easy Chair by Warren Platner for Knoll from Studio Italia | Raviolo chair by Ron Arad for Marcello Ziliani from ECC | Boa sofa by Campana Brothers for Edra from Matisse