A keen eye for detail, a heightened sense of luxury, carefully considered minimal style. It’s lean luxe. It may seem very simple but you know it’s all about the clever design creating the effortless style and subtle sophistication. French director, art director and magazine editor Fabian Baron’s residence by JG Neukomm Architecture.
Sharing another simple, white space in Madrid because simple can be so good. This 250 m² home is in the Salamanca neighbourhood and was designed by Ricardo de la Torre. It has a cool, eclectic vibe with some mid-century and rustic elements that make it homey. I’m really digging all of the lighting here.
What is the definition of luxury in New York City? A spacious apartment with beautifully appointed rooms? A sleek and chic bespoke kitchen? Sumptuous stone in the bathroom? No the definition of true luxury in New York is a terrace as big as some people’s apartments. This Manhattan penthouse pied-à-terre has been re-imagined as an elegant, bright, and functional space by Gramercy Design with terrace landscape by Jeffrey Erb Landscape Design.
Photography by Emily Andrews.
CB House, located in Madrid and designed by Plantea Estudio, is about as uncomplicated and neutral as you can get. Everything is painted white, the pale grey concrete floors ground the space and accents in copper, peach and tan and a bit of zing. I adore this space because you can change up the entire vibe quite easily and go very bold if you wanted to.
Photos: Alicia Macias
It’s what I say time and time again (join me if you want) … if you have to drag your sorry self into work on a weekend it helps if it’s somewhere super stylish. Amanu West Hollywood (bespoke leather sandles while you wait) by ETC.etera.
Photography by Stephen Busken