Ever wondered what a designer's personal home looks like?
Ever wanted to peek inside the home of a designer? This striking house for sale is home to the mind behind Toy Room and NYC's iconic Harry's restaurant
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This strikingly modern house (opens in new tab) for sale (opens in new tab) offers us a glimpse into the private space of the designer behind New York's Harry's restaurant, and international night club Toy Room.
Designed by Antonio Tadrissi with PD Lab (opens in new tab), the home is brimming with modern design ideas (opens in new tab), modern art and design classics.
An impressive 10-foot smart/safe door welcomes you to soaring ceilings with an open staircase naturally lit by skylights.
An Arclinea designed kitchen opens into the spacious dining and living areas with a bar/lounge area separated by a floating fireplace.
But we're particularly big fans of that striking staircase (opens in new tab), with wood treads that punctuate through the glass banister...
A modern kitchen island (opens in new tab) features a breakfast bar (opens in new tab) area, and a striking kitchen island pendant (opens in new tab).
The kitchen cabinets incorporate handy wine storage (opens in new tab) behind sliding doors.
To the left of the modern kitchen (opens in new tab) is a spacious lounge area that connects with the patio (opens in new tab) and pool areas.
A modern home bar (opens in new tab) is tucked behind a floating fireplace.
The upstairs landing leads through to the modern bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as stylish balconies and areas for outdoor entertaining.
The master bedroom (opens in new tab) features another floating fireplace, and retracting wood walls that slide open to reveal views towards the coastline and mountains.
The doors open right up, opening the bedroom up to the fresh air and views.
The bedroom also features a private balcony (opens in new tab) with fire pit, and stairs that connect it to the ground floor patio, and the 1500 square foot roof terrace which offers 360 degree views from the coastline to the mountains.
The marble-clad bathroom (opens in new tab) features striking design ideas, from the recessed bathroom lighting (opens in new tab) in the ceiling to the his 'n' hers sinks (opens in new tab), with concealed bathroom storage (opens in new tab) underneath.
An alcove shelf above the bath offers a handy place to store bath products.
While a bench seat in the shower room (opens in new tab) offers a place to perch.
Another floating staircase descends down into the basement (opens in new tab), which is dedicated to entertaining.
A large corner sofa (opens in new tab) wraps around the TV area, while behind it is a separate home cinema, hidden behind curtains.
Antonio Tadrissi is an internationally celebrated artist, recognised for his work in architecture, interior design, industrial design and sculpture.
Today, with a team of architects, designers and artisans, he operates Prototype Design Lab, a multi-platform design studio and workshop in Toronto, Canada.
The property is listed on Compass.com (opens in new tab) for £9 million.
Lotte is the Digital Editor for Livingetc, and has been with the website since its launch. She has a background in online journalism and writing for SEO, with previous editor roles at Good Living, Good Housekeeping, Country & Townhouse, and BBC Good Food among others, as well as her own successful interiors blog. When she's not busy writing or tracking analytics, she's doing up houses, two of which have features in interior design magazines. She's just finished doing up her house in Wimbledon, and is eyeing up Bath for her next project.
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