Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Design For Living

It's hard to believe that the elegant Paris home of interior designer Didier Gomez was once a pharmaceutical factory. Located in the Le Marais neighbourhood, the 17th century building was dark and filled with machines when Gomez first visited it in 1996. But the high ceilings and possibility of a private garden convinced him to take it on—with these spectacular results. Love his confident use of colour and great art collection. More here on Architectural Digest Mexico.

(photography by stephan julliard)

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