I fell in love with this Louvre apartment owned by Nasturtium Gougenheim-Geagea, whom created the international webzine: “Pluck Trip.” I spotted it in French online magazine, Côté Maison. I’m not fluent in French and, therefore, it was difficult to translate even in an online translator.
In this large apartment, Nasturtium Gougenheim-Geagea mixed types and provenances: chesterfields and Jean’s contemporary chairs – Mary Massaud, chest of drawers, 1950 coffee table from Charles and Ray Eames, reissued by Glazed, vases of Marianne Guédin, glove compartments of India Mahdavi and egg of David Hicks. On his desk, and Helmut Newton book.
On the mantel, a visual alphabet by Closky, Indian candlesticks, and a totem of the artist Katrin Fridriks.
Ink by Japanese artist Shinro Ohtake.
In the living room, Moroccan and Indonesian objects, and Egyptian lamps.
I always love the molding, gilded details, and chevron flooring in Parisian flats…
Via cotemaison.fr, Photos Claude Weber