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A unique, art-filled maisonette in Germany

Since I will be in the air on the way to Germany when this post publishes I wanted to feature a home from this gorgeous country. This 290  maisonette in Stuttgart is that of architect Peter Ippolito of Ippolito Fleitz Group and textile designer Stefan Gabel of Zimmer + Rohde. This space could really not be more unique - with fun pieces of art throughout. Such incredible creativity and thought went into the design. I adore this. 

Reader Comments (6)

Rhinoceros - very sorry, he's as alive.

27 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterОдесса

It's an extraordinary home. Kudos to the genius who put it together.

27 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterJared Hayden

This place has a lot of lovely features, but: since when is 290 square meters a "maisonette"? That's over 3000 square feet. Also, I'm usually not so picky about the dead animals, but I sure as hell hope that rhino is an antique, because otherwise... no excuses.

28 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterHeather

Isorry but the rhino! That's just cruel, do they not know they are endangered, antique or wherever it's distasteful.

28 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterRachel

Do not understand this crusade to feature dead animals as acceptable decor. WTF

28 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterohHolland

Beautiful apartment, but having a rhino up on the wall? They're endangered species and not a piece of art.

29 Aug 2017 | Unregistered CommenterNatalie

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