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The gallery-like space of the liv­ing room is lit evenly from above by dual sky­lights.


藝廊似的客廳空間上方設有雙天窗,湧入均勻光線。 and her fam­ily moved into their cur­rent home, that she was able to ap­ply her sig­na­ture aes­thetic in its en­tirety. The seven-month-long ren­o­va­tion process which fol­lowed saw the orig­i­nal four apart­ments on the floor con­sol­i­dated into a rev­e­la­tory 2,200-sq-ft space awash in sub­tly tex­tured con­crete and ashened me­tals. "I like a very quiet mood," says Peggy. "The greys are not a sad grey, they’re quite warm." Nat­u­ral light formed an­other pil­lar on which she based the de­sign of the five-bed­room flat, and it is wel­comed in abun­dance via two sky­lights in­stalled at ei­ther end of the main liv­ing space that al­low day­light to pen­e­trate deep into the in­te­rior.

The at­mos­phere is slightly monas­tic, that is, if monas­ter­ies boasted an en­vi­able col­lec­tion of con­tem­po­rary art and mid-cen­tury sculp­tural fur­nish­ings. A quick sweep of the liv­ing room re­veals mod­ernist light fix­tures from French in­dus­trial de­sign­ers Serge Mouille and Char­lotte Per­riand, Mar­i­ano For­tuny’s cin­e­matic Pal­lucco floor lamp, chair de­signs by Harry Ber­toia and Charles Eames,


假如修道院也會擺放當代藝術品和中世紀雕刻傢具的話,這兒就是不折不扣的代表。環顧客廳,你會找到法國工業設計師Serge Mouille和Char­lotte Per­riand的現代主義燈飾、Mar­i­ano For­tuny那

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