The architecture of this house is especially original and suggestive. Its most expressive characteristic is a broad rounded bay with a huge circular corner window. Prominent rims highlight these exterior elements. The apartment was famous for its refined luxury. The interior was created on the principle of interflowing spaces. The vestibule was connected to the hall from which a broad opening led to three rooms only partially separated from each other. The hall had glass ceilings through which one could see the plants of the former orangerie on the flat roof. A peculiar detail of the interior design consisted in the azure Arabian style arches that set off a corner for rest and relaxation.
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