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Calm grey tones and book shelving in bedroom with 1940s Murano glass wall lights ***** This apartment in South West London is owned by a young Frenchman who has been living in London for the last 5 years and working in finance. The flat is around 55 square metres. He is passionate with the whole art deco/between the two wars era: architecture, furniture, art decoratifs. He particularly loves?1930-40s furniture?incl. designers like:?Andre Sornay?(cabinet in hallway &?modernist table lamp in living room),?Dominique?(cabinet between windows & bridge chairs by stone statue),?Pierre Chareau?(2 armchairs by sofa),?Paul Dupre-Lafon?(stool) +??Jacques Quinet?(all bedroom furniture - actually done in 50-60s), Guillermo Ulrich (sofa),?dining table and chairs by charlotte Perriand ?Art decorative: 40s Gustavberg vase and Lalique vase on coffee table, 40s candlestick by Jean Despres, ceramic lamps and vase?by Jean Besnard (on cabinet). ?The flat also contains a?few 70s pieces: pair of monumental lamps by?Gabriella Crespi?(side of sofa), coffee table by Maison Jensen. ?The owner mainly collects post war paintings, main pieces have been?bought at Galerie Pierre-Francois Garcier in Paris (large painting above sofa by Gustav Bolin 60s, large painting?between windows or above statue by Rene Roche 70s). He also has paintings, drawings and sculpture by Emile Gilioli. Large stone sculpture is by Honorio Condoy.