Since 1920, Architectural Digest has celebrated design, beautiful homes, and products–providing endless decoration, lifestyle, and travel inspiration. With ten global editions, the magazine is an authority renowned for publishing only the very best of today’s interior design. In this latest book, AD France’s editor in chief, Marie Kalt and the editors of Architectural Digest’s international editions have teamed up to thoughtfully curate a collection of today’s most exceptional interiors around the globe, and we are happy to be part of it.
Our home was never designed or had the intention to be groomed by an interior designer. We worked with the architect Kirsten Scholz to remodel and optimize some of our rooms, but most things found their place very naturally.
I used to collect furniture, art and objects from around the globe when travelling and I love textures and pattern design. The light of our apartment in Munich pretty much gave us a guideline for the lay out of the rooms and where to place which furniture, so that in the end we feel more than happy at home.
I would like to share some ideas of how I would create a space that makes you feel good.