Chilean born maestro of interiors has a new book coming out from Assouline press, focusing on his own homes in France and New York: Juan Pablo Molyneux: At Home
"Whether in the city, in the countryside, or on an island, every project is an odyssey, the ultimate story of an insatiable traveler, a free and inquiring mind that knows no borders." ~ Maison Assouline, regarding Juan Pablo.
In the attic of his 12th century castle near Paris, enlarged Piranesi engravings dating from 1750.
The walls and ceiling in the castle's tower tea room are by Frédéric Monpoint. The chandelier is by Diego Giacometti.
The walls and ceiling in the garret of his Marais abode are clad in blue and white Delft tiles.
Peacock blue dining room in the same Paris mansion.
More Delft tile in the mansion's fab foyer.
Anyway, here's a video of him strolling around one of his places. Check it out. Look for the book when it's out, or pre-order it. But more importantly, hire a small-time interior designer with a small footprint on this earth like myself! Merci.