Natural stone is timeless. Just look at Jean Dunand’s luxury objects or Michel Polak’s Villa Empain (1930) and you will know exactly what we mean.
Big is this pied-à-terre is not. But Brussels interior architect Lionel Jadot did turn it into a compact jewellery box.
The Haus der Künst in Munich, the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome and Munich's Tempelhof Flughafen: these three buildings are from the inter-war period with monumental airs.
It's always exciting to discover why an architect didn't design a building from scratch but used an existing architects' house to his advantage.
Call it a five-floor XL hotel suite. Or even better: a collector’s item that you live in. Olivier Dwek designed a kind of luxury operating base for the frequent-flyer businessman who collects art and design.