« Olivier Gagnère ceramics. Throughout the duplex apartment, architectural elements added in the 18th century, art-deco details and Italian references from the 1950s create a delicate atmosphere.

In the cosy living room, which includes a Gino Sarfatti sconce, a painting by Bertrand Lavier, ceramics by Valentine Schlegel and Georges Jouve from Thomas Fritsch – Artrium gallery, an Eric Schmitt vase, a photograph

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