I just had to share this apartment with you.
When I read the caption " Rome wasn't built in a day: Neither was Achille Salvagni's Apartment" from the Interior Design Magazine, I just had to have a closer look.
Mismatching different styles from different era's is done beautifully in this apartment, but Salvagni himself is never quite satisfied with how things are in his own apartment and constantly has the urge to change things around ....
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With works from Gio Ponti and Paolo Buffa being present, Salvagni also has pieces from his own limited edition collection that he has designed for Maison Gerard in New York, also scattered throughout the apartment.
Noble material, such as bronze, marble, alabaster and onyx predominate.
circa 1830 plaster bust with swimming goggles
Photo by Matteo Basile dominates the entry
A limited edition chandelier by Archille Salvagni hangs over a bronze edged glass table top
Bespoke side table in marble and bronze
1930s Murano glass sculpture sits on a Paolo Buffa cabinet
Carrara and Belgian marble define the kitchen
Oil paintings on panels commissioned by Paolo Fiorentino
Custom silk rug featuring a map of San Felice Circeo, Italy
custom brass handles on sliding doors of the dressing room
All images photographed by Eric Laignel for Interior Design magazine