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Chic in Corsica

by habituallychic

06 . 01 . 15

I’ve never been to Corsica but the house that Olivier Marty and Karl Fournier of Studio KO designed makes me immediately want to immediately book a trip. That and the fact that it’s cold and grey in New York today.

The duo restored the abandoned home and created a perfect holiday house. I especially love the lack of ornamentation and clean design. When you are on vacation, sometimes it’s nice to not have any distractions or “stuff” to worry about.

“It’s like a little retreat,” says Marty. “When you’re worried about something, you always think, Oh, I have my little room there . . . I can go.”

To read more, pick up the June 2015 issue of Vogue or click here.
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Photographed by François Halard