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 m² 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.
It's an extraordinary home. Kudos to the genius who put it together.
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.
Isorry but the rhino! That's just cruel, do they not know they are endangered, antique or wherever it's distasteful.
Do not understand this crusade to feature dead animals as acceptable decor. WTF
Beautiful apartment, but having a rhino up on the wall? They're endangered species and not a piece of art.
Rhinoceros – very sorry, he's as alive.