A Parisian House by the vision of Designer Charles Zana

Charles Zana

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For the past thirty years, from Paris to London to New York, Tel Aviv, and Monaco, Charles Zana has provided refinement and expertise for the world’s most beautiful interiors. He conveys his sensibility for both art and design by extracting from their essence.

Over the years, Zana has also made a name for himself designing homes for art collectors. This house in the chic Paris suburb of Neuilly-sur-Seine is a perfect example of his unique work.

Contemporary dining room with lights by Christophe Côme hanging above a table by Martin Szekely. The painting is by Gabriel Orozco, the neon wall sculpture is by Glenn Ligon.

Between the gallery and the dining room there are works by Nate Lowman and Christopher Wool.

A silver Takashi Murakami sculpture stands in the middle of the living room, and on the wall, a pair of paintings by Glenn Ligon sits enthroned above the torso of Jaume Plensa next to the fireplace.

The other side of the living room, with a view of the garden.

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Works by Mark Grotjahn and Richard Prince in the entrance hall.

Another corner with an exclusive furniture selection.

Small lounge with modern mid-century-inspired furniture.

The master bedroom follows the same lines as the rest of the house. It is filled with artwork by Richard Prince and Lee Ufan.

The main bathroom is entirely in Calacatta marble, from the cabinets to the tub surround and floor to the stool designed by Zana.

In the kitchen dining area, a vintage chandelier and a collection of 1920s Robj porcelain decanters sit on the shelves.

Even the garden was adorned with incredible works of art, such as the dove statues by François-Xavier Lalanne at the edge of a fountain.

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