“Ana loves decoration and has very clear ideas, she is a very demanding client” – explains Ñíguez, and adds – “she wanted a special door, with a curve, that would lead into the living room”. They found the solution in the Rue Babylone Gold wallpaper pattern, designed by Juan Gatti for Coordonnée, which they used to decorate the dining room wall. “It is inspired by the Paris of the seventies of Yves Saint Laurent and his eternal companion, Pierre Bergé. We were looking for a return to luxury and sophistication, reminiscent of Art Deco”. The arches in the paper pattern were thus transferred to the curved door profile, finished in brushed brass.
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“She wanted a bed in which she would feel cosy, embraced, so we found this one from Treca Paris with a curved headboard. We finished it off with wallpaper in her favourite fabric, Toile de Jouy, which runs along the wall concealing a hidden door to the dressing room. “The first night he slept in his house he felt as if he had lived there all his life, and for me that is a gift”, Fabián concludes, “the home has to be adapted to the needs of those who look for us, that is our mission and what gives meaning to our work”.
The guest room and the bathrooom are decorated with Lémurs from the Maximalism collection.
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