Massimo Listri is known for capturing masterfully the grandest interiors in the world: from the Vatican Museum to Versailles, this renown photographer has seen through his lens the most exquisite constructions in the world.
There’s no surprise that the Italian master of interior photography calls home an exquisite 18th century Palazzo in Florence. Filled with sculptures, paintings, antiques and books, this home reflects Listri’s love for collecting beauty in all shapes and forms.
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Following Danielle Rollins’s home renovation on Instagram was definitely more fun than watching one of those property TV programs. She’s creative, fun, and extremely talented so I was very excited to see the final result in the December issue of Veranda magazine
After her divorce, this project was a new starting point for Rollins. With the help of architect Bill Ingram, the tastemaker transformed a ‘not so appealing’ pedestrian 1970s Georgian into her dream Atlanta home.
Being the daughter of Carolina Herrera, one might assume that class and timeless elegance runs into Carolina Herrera Jr.’s DNA. But she’s much more than the daughter of an icon. Carolina Herrera Jr. has created her own style and has managed to leave that personal mark in all the houses she has lived in. Her modern, fresh and clever take on the traditional style proves to stand the taste of time and her former flat in Madrid which was published more than 10 years ago, seems to be more current than ever.
Carolina Herrera Jr’s former flat in the iconic Madrid’s ‘Plaza Mayor’. Photos from AD EspañaApril 2006
Carolina Herrera Jr and Miguel Baez ‘El Litri’ family flat in Madrid featured in Elle Decor 2012
Miguel Baez ‘El Litri’ and Carolina Herrera Jr ‘s farm in Extremadura (Images from Vogue Living 2007 and L’Officiel)