The owner of this Paris apartment, Alice Razavi, lives in the United States and purchased the space to use as a vacation home for her family. French architect Alireza Razavi was called in to renovate the home, which is in disrepair, alongside decorator Sylvie Acker. The result is a striking mix of 1930’s French armchairs intermingled with Moroccan rugs, sofas and chairs by Charlotte Perriand and Jean Prueve, geometric parquet flooring, grisaille wallpaper, and Serge Mouille chandeliers. The 230 square meter apartment, located in an 1830’s building, had for many years belonged to the descendants of the poet Paul Valery.
Photography by Stephan Julliard, via Elle Decoration Russia