Decorator François Catroux furnished a London family’s art-filled town-house, which was renovated by architectural designer Maha Kutay. In the living room, a Jean Royère sofa (at left) and a Vladimir Kagan sofa, lounge chair, and ottoman (all clad in sheepskin) mingle with Mauro Fabbro lamps from Alexandre Biaggi and a pair of custom-made interlocking ottomans; the rug is by Tai Ping. The artworks include a text-based painting by Glenn Ligon and sculptures by Thomas Houseago (above the mantel), Elmgreen & Dragset (in front of the fireplace), Erwin Wurm (near the French doors), and Yoshitomo Nara (far right).
The master suite, which is distinguished by a leather-paneled niche, features a François Catroux–designed desk and a lounge chair and ottoman upholstered in a J. Robert Scott fabric; the work on canvas is by Tim Rollins and K.O.S., the mirror is by Nigel Coates, and the carpeting is by Tai Ping.
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