THE UN­USUAL THING ABOUT THIS IN­NER-CITY PROP­ERTY IS THAT IT HAS THE SPIRIT OF A COUN­TRY HOUSE

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Op­po­site The fu­ton in the cor­ner of the study was made for the French am­bas­sador of Shang­hai in the 1930s us­ing slats found in an opium fumery. It sits in front of a rug from Lin­dell & Co Of­fice area Sit­u­ated in the cor­ner of the bed­room, this 1930s red, wall-mounted desk is by Jean Prouvé and Jules Leleu – try 1st Dibs for orig­i­nals. The black wall light is the ‘BS5 Man­tis’ by Bernard Schot­t­lander for DCW Édi­tions

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