The Sun is both colour and light; the only star that shines in the blue sky. A majestic paradox showcased on the bedroom wall with Laurent Grasso’s “Soleil Double”: two brushed brass discs which play with the outdoor light, in contrast with the neighbouring neon which distils light from within. In the vast lounge with its surprising tubular gold and brass bookcase and in the intimate bedroom which boasts a glass ceiling from which a crystal chandelier illuminates the tiled sky, “Soleil Double” is the focal point of a universe in which the centre is nowhere and the circumference everywhere.
Through the doorway, the bathroom bathes in the light from a window that opens onto the park. Like a small haven of coolness in the early rays of dawn.
In the bedroom, all the works of art reference the sun, and their colour palettes are inspired by each of its ray. In front of the bed, like an invitation to travel, stands a chest of drawers composed of stacked suitcases by Maarten de Ceulaer. Further on, two lights by Michael Anastassiades. On the headboard, “Naissance du zero” by Pierre Garnier which plays with the worthless circle like a lost sun.