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Paris Penthouse Dazzles with Raw Concrete and Vintage Decor

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The colors and textures in this renovated two-story penthouse in a '30s Parisian building are incredible. Masterminded by local architectural firm Studio KO for one very lucky businessman, the space offers one show-stopping feature after another, from the spiral metal staircase flushed in sunlight under a glass canopy to raw concrete beams exposed in the ensuite bedroom to a glistening jewel-toned kitchen. Furnishing here skews classic, with vintage Jean Prouvé chairs, Noguchi lamp, and second-hand Spanish stools, and more taking center stage.

Head to Vogue Living for the full tour.

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