Designers Peter Ippolito and Stefan Gabel deployed abundant curves—from the Marcel Wanders floor lamp to the iconic DS-600 sofa—in the living room of their Stuttgart maisonette. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The apartment occupies the top two floors of a landmark building, designed by architect Alfred Seitz in 1912. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The angular central hallway, as viewed from the entry, was designed as a cabinet of curiosities, with a faux rhinoceros head, a South Indian threshing bench, and a photograph of a Mongolian family by Huang Qingjun. Photography by Eric Laignel.
In the hallway, a Two Spheres fixture by Gwendolyn and Guillane Kerschbaumer illuminates a Hans Kupelwieser rubber sculpture and Jungle, an acrylic canvas by Anja Ganster. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Outfitted in Timorous Beasties’ hand-printed Merian Palm wallpaper, the “jungle” room has original parquet flooring and a colorful staircase leading up to the study and TV lounge. Photography by Eric Laignel.
A suspended steel fireplace anchors the living room, featuring a custom wool rug, a Warren Platner wire-frame armchair, a Richard Serra etching, and a Donald Judd aquatint; the faceted cardboard sculpture is by Florian Baudrexel. Photography by Eric Laignel.
A ceiling fresco by French artist Alix Waline adorns the dining room, whose custom rosewood-top table serves as a pedestal for objets including a Tom Dixon marble cutting board; the framed textile is a vintage Indian silk. Photography by Eric Laignel.
A Florian Baudrexel styrofoam sculpture and a custom ceiling light by Bruno Nagel bring a witty touch to the home gym, which doubles as a guest room (courtesy of the Murphy bed hidden behind the mirror). Photography by Eric Laignel.
A Thomas Eyck rope pendant illuminates the jungle room. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The “oriel” room, with custom wallpaper by Gabel and a Hans Kupelwieser aluminum wall sculpture. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Berlin artist Maria Laurent designed the curtainlike cotton-string textile in the jungle room. Photography by Eric Laignel.
Near the doorway leading to the jungle room are a Martin Puryear etching and lithographs by Frank Stella and Lee Ufan. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The top floor of the maisonette is home to a succulent-filled study with adjacent terrace, as well as a TV lounge and a sleeping area. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The master bathroom features a custom rosewood vanity, a painted ceiling graphic designed by Ippolito Fleitz Group, and a framed cat print from Deyrolle. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The master bedroom, with floor-to-ceiling stained-oak bookcases, a leather bed, and a silk Moroccan Berber carpet. Photography by Eric Laignel.
The top floor’s steam shower, with ceramic tiles and a Patricia Urquiola shower column. Photography by Eric Laignel.