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    A Townhouse Reborn in London

    Photographer: Simon Upton
    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    In the drawing room, the daybed is by Pierre Paulin, a pair of armchairs and the tufted sofa were designed by Volpe, and the custom-made curtains are of a Claremont silk; the painting is Picasso’s Personnage en buste, the vintage pendant light is by Stilnovo, and the stainless-steel sconce, one of a pair, is by Maria Pergay.

    Photographer: Roger Davies
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    Bita Daryabari, whose home in London was designed by Steven Volpe.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    Martin Szekely’s K.L. daybed takes center stage in the reception room; vintage Jacques Adnet mirrors hang above the original mantel, and the spoonback chair is by Axel Vervoordt.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    A FontanaArte light fixture hangs above Szekely’s lacquered-steel dining table; the Scottish mahogany chairs date to 1870, the lacquer console is by Maison Leleu, and the frame is by Line Vautrin.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    A Volpe-designed banquette is upholstered in a Clarence House velvet; the sconce is vintage, and the paintings are, from left, by Shirazeh Houshiary and Julian Opie.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    In the drawing room, André Arbus chairs covered in a Claremont fabric surround a walnut table from Colefax Antiques; the console is by Mattia Bonetti, the antique Egyptian mantel is from Jamb, and the floors are of distressed oak.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    Rose Tarlow Melrose House fabrics were used for the curtains and an antique English armchair in the study; the cerused-oak desk is by Jacques Adnet, and the rug is based on a David Hicks pattern.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    A painting by Carlo de Roover in the study hangs above a Volpe-designed sectional, which is upholstered in a Holland & Sherry velvet; the side table is by Mattia Bonetti.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    The kitchen range is by La Cornue, the back­splash is sheathed in glazed tiles from Emery & Cie, and the pendant lights are circa 1960; the refrigerator is by Sub-Zero, the sink fittings are by Dornbracht, and the walls are painted in Benjamin Moore’s Alaskan Skies.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    In the master bedroom, a Volpe-designed bed is upholstered in an antique Fortuny fabric, and the curtains are of a Clarence House fabric; the carpet is from Stark, the mirror is by Line Vautrin, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Blackened.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    In a boy’s bedroom, custom-made beds flank a Tom Dixon bookcase, the print is by Rodney Graham, and the walls are painted in Farrow & Ball’s Cornforth White.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    The playroom’s bookcase and desk are by Martino Gamper, the stool is from the 1960s, and the carpet is from Stark; the walls are painted in Les Mauves by Emery & Cie.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    The mirrors in the master bath were designed by Volpe, and the sink fittings are by Dornbracht.

    Photographer: Simon Upton
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    The walls are sheathed in Calcata marble, and the floors are a combination of Jerusalem stone and marble; the tub has Dornbracht fittings.

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