Even if you don't know the name Airedelsur, you've probably seen their home accessories at places like Barneys and Bergdorfs. They have a distinctive look which is why I was surprised when I saw the designer's own home in Buenos Aires. Marcelo Lucini lives in an apartment that is eclectic yet elegant. The lack of clutter lets each piece breathe and be seen. I especially love the Gustavian style chairs in the dining room. I don't ever think I've seen any upholstered in such dark fabric before and it makes them look very modern. I'm sure this home won't appeal to everyone but I think you can definitely appreciate the details. Kind of like Airedelsur itself.
Photos from Australian Vogue Living and French AD