Francis Sultana is a guru of unique and creative design. His work as a top interior designer is recognizable for the level of uniqueness. Recognized for using limited-edition craftsmanship pieces and art décor objects, Francis Sultana combines his furniture design and his contemporary interior design projects in favor of the periods of the 1920s and the 1930s, mixing noble and charismatic fine materials like bronze and employing exclusive techniques. Together with David Gill, Francis Sultana gave a new life into this luxury residence in London: a place where modernity, history, and creativity were the main tools to build an iconic interior design project.
During the design process, Francis Sultana, David Gill, and their primary design collaborator, Mattia Bonetti, looked upward to the inestimable artifact for aesthetic way. Their collaboration results in an ultramodern and elegant interior design project.
Francis Sultana lounges in a custom chair at a desk also of his design. The modern rug is by Bonetti.
A unique and contemporary trio of paintings by Secundino Hernández, George Condo, and Paul McCarthy hang in the while salon, where nearly all the furnishings are by Mattia Bonetti.
The contemporary living room contains modern art pieces by John Giorno, Ugo Rondinone, Barnaby Barford, Lucas Arruda, Matt Connors, and Alexandra Bircken. The stunning and marvelous sofas, rug and unique side tables are also a creation by Bonetti.
The salon is the most important and the most remarkable space inside this astonishing home. Featuring modern furniture pieces with a unique design, Francis Sultana and David Gill renovated the living room with modern sofas and cocktail tables by Mattia Bonetti and beautiful artworks by Michelangelo Pistoletti, Matt Connors, and Chris Ofili.
Inside the luxury residence with modern interior design, artistic details are everywhere: get amazed by George Condo‘s artwork, the bench by Mattia Bonetti and by the Madeleine Castaing custom carpet.
Alongside the stairwell, exclusive and sophisticated mirrors by Mattia Bonetti line.
The late Flair magazine editor Fleur Cowles in the salon when it was her own house in 1966.
Inside the creative and modern dining room, the walls are decorated with artistic works by Yayoi Kusama, the unique chairs are furniture masterpieces built by Francis Sultana and the refined dining table belongs to Mattia Bonetti.
Source: Architectural Digest