вторник, 17 ноября 2015 г.

Парижская квартира для американской актрисы

A PIED-A-TERRE IN PARIS
FOR AN AMERICAN ACTRESS BY STEPHANIE COUTAS


Дизайнер Stephanie Coutas реализовала проект интерьера парижской квартиры для американской актрисы из Нью-Йорка. Пожелание заказчицы - "стиль pied-a-terre с парижским духом" и уровнем "luxury hotel look". Квартира площадью 215 м. кв. с четырьмя спальнями  расположена в одном из самых престижных районов Парижа - "Золотом треугольнике" между знаменитыми авеню Монтень и авеню Георга V.



Interior designer Stephanie Coutas transformed this elegant Haussmannian apartment in the eighth arrondissement of Paris into a modern and refined pied-a-terre. An American New York-based actress commissioned Stephanie Coutas to design a pied-a-terre with the “spirit of Paris” whilst also incorporating the type of ‘luxury hotel look’ that she is accustomed to.
















And so, Coutas designed a light-filled, cosy setting to resemble a luxury hotel suite for the 215 sqm space nestled in one of the swankiest areas of Paris: the Golden Triangle between the famous Avenue Montaigne and Avenue Georges V.

The interior designer has completely made over the chic and contemporary apartment by gently phasing out the Haussmannian side of the building without destroying its soul. She focused on comfort, for example by putting bathrooms in each of the four bedrooms and decorating everything in a classic and sophisticated style. “We entirely redesigned the volumes,” she says, “and reworked the pathway and lighting.

We also designed most of the furniture so it didn’t conform to one single style. That’s why we went bargain-hunting for works of art, bought photos by Elodie Lachaud and Lumas, and added bronze vases by Tom Dixon, paintings by Rico and portraits of film stars such as the Audrey Hepburn in one of the bedrooms – a nod to the lady of the house’s profession.”

Famous for her prestigious projects imbued with strength and femininity, Stephanie Coutas has applied her signature looks here: graphic effects (e.g. the marble flooring in the hallway), soft colour ways, pale oak parquet, white walls and marble dust in the hallway, and taupe fabrics dotted with vibrant colours such as the stunning ice blue adorning the velvet sofas from Luxury Living.

Sophisticated details also feature in the designer’s artistic vision in the form of embroidered leather, varied textures created with matte and shiny fabrics, leather wall panels in the living room, and so on.

And to bring the pied-a-terre into the 21st century, the interior designer collaborated with some of the best names in interior d?cor, with whom she works continually: Larsen, Rubelli and Leli?vre for curtains and fabrics, Tai Ping Carpets that she designed herself, Pouenat lighting, and Bisazza mosaic tiles whose iridescent gleam adorn the bathroom walls, arranged alongside other unique pieces that embody her work.

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Mirror:                             Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Flowerpots:                     B2M Deco
Bench:                              JNL
Sculpture:                        Vintage, revised by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Console:                           Vintage, revised by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Photography:                  Elodie Lachaud
Flooring:                          Marbrerie de la Seine
Curtains:                          Larsen-Sumika-Silver
Sofas:                                ADL
Sculpture (left):              Rico
Stool:                                SE London
Ceramic blue vase:         Vintage
Ceramic box:                   Herv? T?lemaque
Bronze vases:                 Tom Dixon
Cushions:                        Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Coffe table:                     Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Rug:                                 Tai Ping
Armchairs:                     Fendi
Dining table:                   Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 maisons
Dining chairs:                 Bolier
Mirrors:                           Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 maisons
Ceiling lights:                  Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 maisons
Rug:                                 Tai Ping
Ceramic items:               Jean Girel
Console:                           Elitis
Artwork:                         Painting by Rico
Floor lamp:                     Atelier Alain Ellouz
Kitchen unit:                   Venetta-Cuccine
Table:                              Venetta-Cuccine
Bar stools:                       Tess SH Softline
Candle holder:                Christofle
Flooring:                          Absolute Stone-Rex
Plates:                              Haviland
Cutlery:                            Christofle
Bed:                                  Elite
Bed linen:                        Brun de Vian Tiran
Cushions:                         Designed by Stephanie Coutas for 1001 Maisons
Bedside tables:               Bertrand-Chevets Gigolo
Bedside lamps:               Contardi
Wall details:                    Christophe Fey Concept ...
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images by Elodie Lachaud, courtesy of Stephanie Coutas

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