Stalking an artist’s apartment

Posted on Fri, 16 Jun 2017 by midcenturyjo

I’m stalking the inner-city Sydney suburb of Surry Hills. I’m stalking what would normally be a rather unremarkable 2 bedroom apartment except… I’m stalking artist Guy Maestri’s apartment. It’s amazing how a stellar art collection can elevate the unremarkable to the exceptional. The price may be stratospheric but unfortunately that’s due to Sydney’s inflated market not wishful thinking that the contents are thrown in for the price. Link here while it lasts.


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Annie says:

Best place I've seen in a long time. lOVE it.

Anne says:

Great find :0) Reminds me of the Elliott Eyes collection nearby.

Blanders says:

His art exactly matches my taste. I'm so covetous…

loulou ste-adele says:

Far from being un-remarkable, this place is very inspiring for me. Found ideas I will implement in my new place. I love posts featuring personal spaces that are not clinical, white, white. Spaces livable and personal. I love his place.

kim says:

Count me in as another fan of this apartment. I could never be a minimalist.

Christina says:

Just wonderful. Full of life and art and nature.

Ruth says:

Soulful, livable. Just wish affordable was a reality.

axie says:

I love Maestri's work, I can see his creativity in this home- absolutely gorgeous and full of personal inspiration!

The Emerald says:

It's wonderful just simple drawings!

ngy says:

Lovely walls, truly a curator dream.

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