BUT A TIMELESS ONE AT THAT.
Mr. Andary’s fondness of the arts and all things modern is also accentuated by a very interesting contrast, one that pairs the natural world with urban culture, apparent in the merging of mirrored surfaces and grey walls with more rustic materials, such as wooden veneer surfaces. This further accentuates the home’s relationship with modern elements, especially when the wooden components are teamed with the stainless steel that dominates the kitchen.
Tucked into a corner of the kitchen is a dining area inspired by the 1970s café that sits just a few steps away from the designer’s home. The combination of stainless steel with bright orange leather acts as a subtle nod of acknowledgement and appreciation to the outmoded Beirut café that influenced it. That’s not the only pop of colour, however, the kitchen boasts a bright pink floor, creating a dynamic mood within the otherwisemonochromatic apartment.