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One of the most Milanese influential persons, as a dealer of distinctive furniture and design objects, and has made a name for herself on the global creative scene, was highlight in one of the highest style magazines. Do you know who it is? Milan Design Agenda talks about Nina Yashar, the Nilufar gallery founder, and today Milan Design Agenda takes The New York Times style magazine ride, to show you how it is her apartment, right in the heart of Milan.
Everything started 23 years ago with Nina’s residence, designed by herself and stepping into Nina Yashar’s two-story apartment you’re able to see a mixed scenario with persian patterns and symbols adorn the walls, with ceilings envisioned to convey a heavenly atmosphere with light fixtures — all this setting the backdrop to her eclectic collection of pieces.
Tables and cabinets groan with objets d’art. It’s almost as though the whole apartment has been curated rather than simply.
Her residence reflects her passion for art, design and interiors, and like her gallery, she used works of past Great Masters such as Ettore Sottsass, Piero Fornasetti and Frank Lloyd Wright, displayed in harmony with pieces by creative contemporaries such as lindsay edelman and martino gamper; mixed with a traditional cabinet from 18th-century tibet, a chinese chandelier and scandinavian rugs.
What do you think about Nina Yashar Milan’s apartment?