Dwek Architecture + Partners Sculpts a Standout Triplex in France

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Christian Liaigre: Bronze Tabouret Stools

Ado Chale: Coffee Table

George Nakashima Woodworker: Walnut Bench

Adam Edelsberg: Vintage Hanging Cabinet

In the living area of a Neuilly-sur-Seine, France, triplex by Dwek Architecture + Partners, a walnut bench by Mira Nakashima joins an Ado Chale coffee table topped in a mosaic of chalcedony, agate, and carnelian. Resting on the brushed-aluminum custom shelving unit is a pair of artworks by Gregor Hildebrandt made from cassette tape and dispersion on canvas. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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Christian Liaigre: Bronze Tabouret Stools, Banquettes

Ado Chale: Coffee Table

George Nakashima Woodworker: Walnut Bench

Adam Edelsberg: Vintage Hanging Cabinet

Minerale, a glass sculpture by Ritsue Mishima, anchors the coffee table; the linen rug was designed by Toyine Sellers. Above the George Nakashima wall cabinet, in black walnut and pandanus cloth, are a pair of laminated cibachromes by Louise Lawler. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

The living/dining area’s view of the garden, furnished with Vincent Van Duysen Neutra lounges. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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The custom kitchen cabinetry pairs bead-blasted stainless steel and sucupira veneer. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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Christian Liaigre: Bronze Tabouret Stools

Ado Chale: Custom Dining Table

Above the custom Ado Chale Goutte d’Eau dining table—surrounded by Christian Liaigre seating—is a 1950’s Serge Mouille chandelier in enameled metal; behind is O.M.R.A.V.S., a 1984 acrylic and oil stick on canvas by Jean-Michel Basquiat. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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The aluminum-top Chale dining table that sparked the decor. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

A view into the master bedroom, paneled in painted MDF and featuring an Alvar Aalto pendant light and artworks by Sophie Calle. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

Hanging in the entry hall is Sterling Ruby’s EXHM/DS3, in collage and paint on cardboard. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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Above the living room’s ponyskin-upholstered Christian Liaigre Sud stools is a cluster of Louisélio ceramics. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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The wife’s office, which doubles as a guest room, is furnished with a Valentin Loellmann stool and a Jean Prouvé Fauteuil Direction chair; the artworks are by Erwin Olaf. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

A type of schist clads the walls and floor surrounding the 36-foot-long swimming pool, illuminated by color-changing LEDs; the window at the far end offers a view into the home cinema. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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In the daughter’s bathroom, sanded stone walls and floors form a quiet backdrop for a sculptural soaking tub in Cristalplant and an untitled acrylic on paper by Lionel Estève. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

In the daughter’s bedroom, an enameled Bishop stool by India Mahdavi comingles with a Jean-Marie Massaud Flow chair; the custom millwork is crafted of stained, brushed larch. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside. 

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The master bathroom has custom ribbed cupboards made from black-painted MDF and a honed-stone vanity, both custom; flooring on this level is oak. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

Illuminating the stair is a trio of Serge Mouille single-arm library lamps with aluminum shades. Photography by Serge Anton, courtesy of Living Inside.

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