Daily Design News share with you a Luxury Monaco Duplex. Monegasque interior architect Christophe Poyet and Parisian architect Emil Humbert are known for their cool take on elegance. “This is a 19-floor building,” Humbert says of the Luxury Monaco Duplex structure, which is located at the center of town and features sea views. “We did the overall interiors for the entire place, the master plan including the spa, and specifically, this duplex for our clients.” The parking garage alone is a stunning exercise in contemporary design, while the Luxury Monaco Duplex itself boasts impressive art.
To help highlight the works, Humbert and Poyet installed a majority of custom finishes, designing new patterns and moldings in the process. The result is a four-bedroom, four-bathroom interior that pays careful attention to the use of materials, wall treatments, and fittings. “Every apartment was in some way unique,” Humbert notes of the residential building at large. “But this one, the most unique of all.”
Though the entire home is striking, Poyet can’t help but confess his own partialities:
“My favorite [area] is the dining room because it is unique. The dark marble flooring gives a dramatic feel [when coupled with] the views of Monaco.”
Bronze walls that change tones in the evening light only add to the breathtaking effect.
At the bottom of the staircase is a sculpture by German artist Carsten Höller. On the wall is a work by Mexican artist Gabriel Rico. The table is by Roger Capron, and the sofa is a Humbert & Poyet design with Pierre Frey fabric.