This loft apartment was created by Aero Studios in response to a longtime client’s personal collection of Jean Prouvé and other important French modern furniture. The aim of the interior designer was to allow the pieces to be part of a comfortable, easy family home: to celebrate the original utility of modernism, rather than display furniture in a remote or formal way.
Additional European and American modern furnishings and fine art were chosen for the residence, including ongoing acquisitions at auction, to build a truly individual, informed collection. The raw loft was given crafted yet simple architecture, designed to echo vintage modern studio spaces. Linear masonry, refined metalwork and cabinetry, and other industrial influences are drawn from the same period as the furniture.
Photography via Aero Studios