The Brazilian design force is parting ways with his spectacular Place Vendôme flat
Our 2018 Spring cover. Photo: Galerie Magazine
Brazilian design star Sig Bergamin has listed his superchic Paris apartment, which graced the cover of Galerie’s 2018 Spring issue.
Located on the prestigious Place Vendôme, in the first arrondissement, the 1,500-square-foot spread was created by joining two units located in neighboring buildings, one dating from the 18th century and the other from the 19th century. The designer and his husband, architect Murilo Lomas, currently use the two-bedroom residence as a pied-à-terre when visiting the French capital.
Blessed with 15-foot ceilings and expansive windows, the light-filled dwelling recently underwent a second revamp by Bergamin, who draped the walls with more than 200 yards of kicky floral fabric and a high-contrast stripe by Ralph Lauren Home. The expansive living area looks out onto the complex’s quiet courtyard, while the master bedroom offers a view of the Place du Marché Saint-Honoré. Just minutes away are world-class attractions, including the Louvre, Le Palais Royal, and the Jardin des Tuileries.
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The apartment is listed with Paris Ouest Sotheby’s International Realty.
The living room is clad in a cotton awning stripe by Ralph Lauren Home; on the far wall, two works by Murilo Lomas flank a large painting by Luiz Paulo Baravelli. A vintage Jansen bureau plat serves as a dining table, and the chairs are covered in a Scalamandré cut-velvet tiger print.a Hubert de Givenchy design; the floor-to-ceiling curtains are of a Kravet fabric. Photo: Björn Wallander
The living room is clad in a cotton awning stripe by Ralph Lauren Home; on the far wall, two works by Murilo Lomas flank a large painting by Luiz Paulo Baravelli. A vintage Jansen bureau plat serves as a dining table, and the chairs are covered in a Scalamandré cut-velvet tiger print. Photo: Björn Wallander
A photograph by Michel Comte overlooks a vintage desk and an Eames armchair by Herman Miller. Photo: Björn Wallander
A work by Francis Bacon is displayed on a mirrored wall in the master bedroom; the fabrics on the headboard and daybed are from Pierre Frey, and the curtain and wall-covering fabric is by Kravet. Photo: Björn Wallander
Patterns at play in a bedroom by Sig Bergamin. Photo: Björn Wallander