Located at the heart of the home, the staircase winds its way up through the three floors in a spectacular manner, bridging the gap between the various spaces.
Atop this sculpture, which is truly architectural in nature, is an immense skylight, which illuminates and highlights the staircase’s eye-catching curves.
Thin, carved partitions curve around and envelop the wooden steps. Translucent glass partitions, placed on both sides of the staircase, allow light to enter, while only subtly revealing what is behind, creating remarkable light effects and a mysterious depth.
The living room, located at the front of the house, is the perfect setting to unwind and have discussions in front of the marble fireplace.
The room, painted in a comforting grey, is organised in the conventional manner of mansions, particularly through the centred, symmetrical perspectives created by the double windows looking out at the park and the narrow double doors leading to the kitchen.