Bold Eclectic Apartment Design With A Lot Of Works Of Art

The living room delivers the refined taste of the owners   LC1 armchairs (1928) by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, Cassina sofa (1954), Florence Knoll, and pendant Skygarden

The living room delivers the refined taste of the owners - LC1 armchairs (1928) by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand, Cassina sofa (1954), Florence Knoll, and pendant Skygarden

This eclectic apartment belongs to Italian chef Massimo Bottura. He is obviously an art collector and some of the most interesting interiors that I have seen come from art collectors. Each room in this place has its own unique personality. The marble floors in the second picture are mind blowing, art in and of themselves.

The apartment is located in a 1957 building and was completely restored and renovated by designers. The living room is bold and very eye-catching with black furniture and a stunning purple sofa, which is anchored with a bold geo rug and a cool artwork on the wall.

The kitchen is a glam space, this is the most beloved space of the owner of the apartment. Metallic wallpapers, a chic modern chandelier and professional steel modules and a large work bench make it look professional yet rather cozy and family-like.

The master bedroom is bold like all the rest of the spaces here. A dark purple sofa, an oversized artwork piece above the bed, a large yellow art above the sofa, colorful fold rugs really stand out in a calm grey bedroom with a simple black bed.

The dining room is full of light and a clam white dining table and beige chairs are balanced with a super bold work of art.

The owner is a collector not only of art but also of vinyl, so here’s a large bookcase used for displaying 10 thousands vinyl in it.

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In the dining room there are tables Fronzoni '64 (1964) and Chandelier light by David Chipperfield for FontanaArte

In the dining room there are tables Fronzoni '64 (1964) and Chandelier light by David Chipperfield for FontanaArte

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In the entryway with a zodiacal ceiling there are two armchairs by Verner Panton - Heart Cone (1959) and Cone (1958)

In the entryway with a zodiacal ceiling there are two armchairs by Verner Panton - Heart Cone (1959) and Cone (1958)

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The artwork by Vik Muniz is accompanied by S-Chair (1991), Tom Dixon design for Cappellini

The artwork by Vik Muniz is accompanied by S-Chair (1991), Tom Dixon design for Cappellini

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The kitchen is equipped with professional steel parts but still it has a comfy family character

The kitchen is equipped with professional steel parts but still it has a comfy family character

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The bathroom displays the statuette armchair, Lloyd Schwan for Cappellini, and Etch fixtures of TomDixon

The bathroom displays the statuette armchair, Lloyd Schwan for Cappellini, and Etch fixtures of TomDixon

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The Birdie lamp by Ingo Maurer, illuminates the table (1966) by Warren Platner for Knoll

The Birdie lamp by Ingo Maurer, illuminates the table (1966) by Warren Platner for Knoll

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The master bedroom features a sofa designed by George Nelson, Arco lamp (1962) and works of art of Carlo Benvenuto and Marco Montesano

The master bedroom features a sofa designed by George Nelson, Arco lamp (1962) and works of art of Carlo Benvenuto and Marco Montesano

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The Bend-Sofa by Patricia Urquiola matches coffee and side tables Lotus and Zettel'z 6 lamp by Ingo Maurer, transformed into family scrapbook, there are 10,000 vinyls on the shelf

The Bend-Sofa by Patricia Urquiola matches coffee and side tables Lotus and Zettel'z 6 lamp by Ingo Maurer, transformed into family scrapbook, there are 10,000 vinyls on the shelf

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The piece is a painting by David Salle

The piece is a painting by David Salle

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