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Late Karl Lagerfeld's Parisian apartment sold for €10 Million

The apartment of fashion icon Karl Lagerfeld, located in a 17th-century building on Quai Voltaire, was recently sold at auction for 10 million euros. The buyer remains unknown. It is a 3-room apartment with views of the River Seine and the Louvre Museum. Lagerfeld had completely renovated the apartment to his taste, with a minimalist white and grey interior, concrete floors, and plastic furniture, including revolving glass bookcases. The apartment, with an area of 260 square meters and a walk-in closet of 50 square meters, was modernized by Lagerfeld in a futuristic style with concrete floors and sandblasted glass panels.

The living room and bedroom of Karl Lagerfeld's Paris apartment.

A "shell" sofa and two chairs, originally from a house decorated by Elsie de Wolfe in 1930, upholstered in white satin and detailed with gold-lacquered wood, stand at the edges of the dark red carpet. Behind the sofa stands a lacquered screen designed by Eileen Grey in 1924. The painting by the window, and the two bronze and lacquered vases underneath are by Jean Dunand, from 1928. Opposite the sofa and chairs, on a raised platform, is a stainless steel bed covered with red satin. A small table with a round mirror is visible through double doors at the end of the room.

Source: L'Officiel

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