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Design Legends: Renzo Mongiardino : Architecture + Design : Architectural Digest

Yellow Room Avery Row, London by Nancy Lancaster and John Fowler, as Nancy would say " buttah yellah!!". This shot shows barrel-vaulted ceiling & the end of the room with the swag detail.

American Embassy, London. Designed by William Haines.

The Zetter Townhouse in London. Designed by Russell Sage. From The Right Bank.

Art Deco pieces—two Edgar Brandt snake lamps and a rug designed by René Crevel—harmonize with Mme Rochas’s neoclassical furnishings in the grand salon. Her interest in the Empire period was sparked by decorator Georges Geoffroy, a friend of her late husband, Marcel Rochas. Early in their marriage, M. and Mme Rochas acquired the marble and bronze gueridon, which had belonged to the Murat family.

Sitting room in the American Embassy in London. The hand-painted wall covering is over 100 years old.

Renzo Mongiardino ~ sitting room has a gilt-bronze chimneypiece designed by Mongiardino, flanked by a pair of English chairs, circa 1685. Bookcases are painted a red tortoiseshell finish against upholstered silk velvet walls with appliqued paisley motifs.

Axel Vervoordt for Architectural Digest