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The unit’s kitchen, where luxurious materials abound.

(Image credit: Giorgio Possenti for Massimo Adario Architects )

The sort of aesthetic that we associate with the words “bachelor pad”—dark colors, dark woods, lots of chrome and leather—doesn’t usually appeal to me. But there’s something about this bachelor pad that I just cannot resist. All the finishes—the dark marble backsplash, the wood-paneled walls, the brass that frames the kitchen doorway—are so luxurious that I wish I could reach out and touch them through my computer screen. The louche, ’70s vibe is so different from the careful, minimalist interiors that are current in interior design right now, and yet still somehow so cool.

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Posted on Jul 11, 2017

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