I’ve always he’d a great admiration for the taste of Diane von Furstenberg.In all her houses she has the magic to mix styles from different periods and provenances . Always mixing quality furniture and objects. Looking to these pictures ,one can see that she is a citizen of the world and that she has an eye for unexpected combinations.
Portrait by Andy Warhol. Vintage chairs surround a treelike table in bronze.
The bedroom is on the top of the building where the offices are ,in the Meat Pack District.
The master suite, located in a dome on the top level of the building. The octagonal tent provides privacy.
A morrocan coverlet on top of the bed.
Balinese sculptures flank a model of the DVF building. Carpet by DVF for the Rug Company.
The terrace and the garden were created by Louis Benech and Towns and Gardens.
Thank you for reading.
All pictures from Architectural Digest.