The Place Saint Georges is an eclectic home design of Argentinean interior designer and architect Luis Laplace boasts a marvelous composition of mid-century contemporary design and style with a refined classic architecture, a 19th-century Paris Apartment.
The architect has handled it like a master, designing things up with an impressively on point selection of modern furniture, lighting, and accessories, which are contemporary and tailored shape but breaking with color, and personality.
The interior space design is cool, clean-lined where the designer pieces expertly curated for space. The living room is bright with different layers ornated with decorative moldings in the pristine white walls. Door panels are elegant, white-on-white reliefs and the original herringbone wood floors bring a light contrast, contributing to the vintage vibe.
The luxury furniture looks like it was specially designed for the living room, a beautiful moss-hued sofa, milk-white chairs and a few glass tables spread around the room. Curtains frame the large windows that cast a soft glow over this living room, which has as the focal point a large stone fireplace filled with sculptured gold leaf mirror.
The bedroom is modest and immersed in a retro palette of mustard and brown with a pair of dark wood side tables. The home office is definitely a masculine space, despite the elegant moldings, that are the central element in this area. A polished chrome arc floor lamp suitably set on the desk one more mid-century modern addition that brilliantly arranges this operating space.