Milan’s industrial strength


The terrace’s benches and arbor were designed by Ilias Lefas, the plastic chair is by Gae Aulenti, and the ottomans are by IKEA.

The living area of fashion photographer Giampaolo Sgura’s loft in Milan, which he shares with stylist Miguel Arnau.

INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH IN MILAN
A wall in the master bedroom, paneled in Palissandro wood, is lined with photographs by David LaChapelle, Irving Penn, Steven Klein, and Melvin Sokolsky; the fur-covered chair is a limited-edition piece by Cappellini, and the chandeliers are of Murano glass.

INDUSTRIAL STRENGTH IN MILAN
The upstairs living area holds a collection of luggage, including pieces by Bottega Veneta, Hermès, and Prada; the vintage table is Scandinavian, the chair is by Ico Parisi, the photograph is by Bruce Weber, and the floor is teak.

The dining table and bench are by Piet Hein Eek, and the chairs are by Mies van der Rohe; the light fixtures are by Piero Lissoni for Boffi, and the photographs leaning against the mirrored wall are by Bruce LaBruce, far left, and Steven Klein, right.

The stainless steel kitchen is by Antonio Citterio for Arclinea, the photograph is by Armin Linke, and the ceramics were purchased in southern Italy.

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