Azar Fattahi and Lia McNairy of LALA Reimagined “approach and define design as an ‘art of living’ by pushing boundaries and challenging rules with their mix of contemporary and vintage.” This Hollywood is packed with pattern, colour and curves. The result is fun, fresh, forward and definitely not beige.
“Described as “like stepping into an Old Masters painting” this penthouse apartment is a beguiling mix of rustic look and luxury feel. Original oak beams accentuate the double height ceiling in the open plan living space and add a feeling of earthiness which is enhanced by the use of clay plaster on the walls.”
A neutral colour palette and natural materials like stone and oak are balanced by statement lighting and a dramatic black fireplace. It’s a little wabi-sabi and a whole lot of luxury. Penthouse 09 by Banda.
I had to share another spectacular kitchen by Swedish interior architecture firm Kitchens by Paul. The hero here is the incredible Breccia Vagli marble with its dynamic veins and shifting colours. Clean lines and the contrast of the smoked oak combine to create a feeling of contemporary luxury.
“For us, true style lies in simplicity. We believe in the elegance of the natural and the understated, which is why we design interiors in which aesthetics and functionality go hand in hand. We are committed to warm, timeless and local materials such as wood or natural stone from the island, which bring coherence and sustainability to the spaces.”
I’m speechless. A truly beautiful home with a spartan luxury Son Serra by Mallorcan designers, Victoria Vidal and Feliu Rullan of multidisciplinary studio BonVivant.