The Paris home of interior designer Caroline Wiart and her husband Patrice Galiana. From an article by MidCenturyHome:
They were actually living in the house next door and when they heard that this one was up for sale they just went for it. Caroline did the interior re-decoration, choosing white resin flooring, white paint for the walls and big windows and absolutely no curtains to make everything as neutral and bright as possible and emphasize their collection of photographs and designer objects. To enjoy as much as possible the view of the garden -and the Moulin- was the other reason.
Their collection is impressive, focused primarily French, Italian, and American 20th Century design, including a multitude of chairs by Jean Prouve and Harry Bertoia; ceramics by Georges Jouve and Gaetano Pesce; tables by Isamu Noguchi and Charles and Ray Eames; stools by Sori Yanagi and Charlotte Perriand; lighting by Serge Mouille, Gino Sarfatti, Achille Castiglioni and Ettore Sottsass; and a sofa, tray table, and chests by George Nelson Associates.
Original article via Casa da Abitare. Photography by Romain Ricard