This Paris apartment has made the cover of design and décor magazines to feature the prints that adorn its walls. Artists from around the world—like Katinka Lampe, Mustafa Hulusi, and Guido Bagini—are showcased in this space.
Large-scale works of art can find a place in kitchens, dinning rooms and open-concept living rooms. In this apartment hangs “Nähmaschine” by René Wirths, “This is Monique 31” by Julian Opie and the face of a child by Katinka Lampe.
Beside the concrete fireplace, a second print by René Wirths hangs to fill the corner of the room.
An impressive work by Italian artist Guido Bagini is hung in the hallway of the apartment.
With art all the way into the bedroom, “Exstacy Almond Blossom 2” by Mustafa Hulusi makes for an interesting headboard.