glass wall of the “walk-in” shower cabinet on which an image of an enlarged female face has been in printed - creates a separation between bathroom and bedroom in an original way, really graphic // Paros Agnanti Hotel by Architecture, Athens, Greece
"I wanted the bed to look like a bento box," Kevin says. A can't-go-any-lower black-stained bed and marble-topped side tables achieve the effect. An oversize graphic painting (another commission) keeps the furniture grounded in the soaring room.
Turns out, a touch of dark suits the City of Light. Take a look at Dorothée Meilichzon's Art Deco–inflected design for the resurrected Hotel Bachaumont in Sentier in the (within walking distance of the Louvre).
The bedroom rug is from New York-based textile, weaving, and houseware design studio New Friends. Leo supports his friends he met at the Rhode Island School of Design (where he and New Friends founders studied) often.