Architect Bruno Caron
renovated the Paris duplex of Ermenegildo Zegna creative director Stefano Pilati.
Pilati’s white boxer, Bepi, reclines in the living room, which features a wall of artworks by Giorgio de Chirico, Henry Moore, Rosemarie Trockel, and Sonia Delaunay. The ceiling fixture is composed of Charlotte Perriand sconces; the African low table (center) and Brazilian stool (right) were purchased in California, and the Frank Lloyd Wright chairs and the knotted-wool carpet are from Nilufar
The office is paneled with painter’s canvas; the light fixture is vintage, as is the Olivetti desk. Martino Gamper designed the chest of drawers (found at Nilufar), and the carpet is a Beni Ourain that Pilati purchased on a trip to Marrakech.
Above Pilati’s suede-upholstered platform bed hangs an 18th-century Italian painting that was a gift from his mother; the 1950s floor lamp is from Nilufar, model Kate Moss gave the designer the LOVE cushion, and the vicuña blanket is by Agnona
Honey-color stone lines the master bath. A narwhal tusk bought at Christie’s is displayed on the shelf above the sinks, which feature Lefroy Brooks