Eclectic yet Elegant
03 . 21 . 11
Even if you don’t know the name Airedelsur, you’ve probably seen their home accessories at places like Barneys and Bergdorfs. They have a distinctive look which is why I was surprised when I saw the designer’s own home in Buenos Aires. Marcelo Lucini lives in an apartment that is eclectic yet elegant. The lack of clutter lets each piece breathe and be seen. I especially love the Gustavian style chairs in the dining room. I don’t ever think I’ve seen any upholstered in such dark fabric before and it makes them look very modern. I’m sure this home won’t appeal to everyone but I think you can definitely appreciate the details. Kind of like Airedelsur itself.
Photos from Australian Vogue Living and French AD
Completely in love with the dining room, kitchen floor, and the bedroom. Love the sprinkling of Fornasetti furniture- especially the house of cards table. Fantastic- thanks for sharing!
I adore airedelsur and am, as you are, surprised at the sleek edginess of this home.
The Argentines have such an eclectic flair, but this space is far more akin to a Parisian pied-a-terre than any apartment I’ve ever visited in Buenos Aires.
Bravo Marcelo for daring to push the limits!
I LOVE that bed!
I’m I love with the the way that house is decorated in an organic way, instead of looking like a decorator moved everything in in one day. It’s a home with lots of stories to tell. Great post.
This is one of my favorite apartments! I’ve never seen the bed & bath. Thanks for sharing!
that couch is stunning, and the purple/grey fabric looks so good with the navy of the chairs.
I adore the deep lavender dining room! what an unexpected color for it! Great detail that they painted the trim the same color as the walls – really keeps it from getting to fussy!