Pierre Yovanovitch Designs Chic NYC Apartment for The Invisible Collection Co-founder Anna Zaoui
When a world-renowned interior designer creates a home for the woman who co-founded the first online, curated platform for made-to-order pieces by top designers, it feels a bit like the stars have aligned. Designed by Pierre Yovanovitch for The Invisible Collection co-founder, Anna Zaoui, this three-bedroom New York City apartment is peppered with art pieces that Zaoui has bought at art galleries and auctions, and furniture pieces by Yovanovitch, like his iconic Papa Bear armchairs.
The art and furniture are front and center—Eduardo Olbés’ Macho Ming console table and Marc Quinn’s striking artwork depicting Zaoui’s iris inject color and personality into the apartment. But the home boasts another asset: commanding views over Central Park. “The surrounding city views are like artworks on the walls,” says Yovanovitch. “The whole design of the space is centered around these astonishing views.” Clean lines, neutral colors, solid oak floors and brushed metal walls make up the interior, where city views can be enjoyed from many angles. “The plan worked really well,” says Zaoui. “Now, it is indeed difficult to leave the apartment…”
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