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He was also emphatic about bringing in 21st-century toys like a Bang & Olufsen system that pipes music throughout every room, a workout area with Bosu balls and a flat-screen television, and stainless-steel light switches so advanced the whole apartment had to be rewired to accommodate them.
Less pressing to Atwood was the search for furnishings.
Chicago designer Nate Berkus recently decorated the apartment in Milan that he shares with designer Brian Atwood. Martinique Wallpaper and vintage Pace Collection Chairs3. Vintage Arredoluce floor lamp and B&B Italia sofa5. Check out the article and full slideshow of fantastic photos by Simon Upton at Elle Decor online or in the April 2009 issue.
Elle Decor takes a long look at the place and from the Milo Baughman chair (covered in suede that Atwood uses in his shoe designs) to the Beverly Hills Hotel wallpaper in the dining area to the Farrah Fawcett poster, it is a very chic modern space with some serious nods to the past.
After press trips to Tokyo and Madrid, a New York flyby, a whirlwind visit to his hometown of Chicago, and two weeks of white sand in St.
Bart's, accessories designer Brian Atwood has finally parked his suede-moccasined feet at home in Milan.
Home for this often-airborne gentleman is the top floor of a 1920s apartment building.
"I don't have the patience or time to deal with it," he says with a groan.
A former model who has lived in Milan for 12 years, Atwood has become known for the sexy strappy heels in eye-catching suede and patent leather and supple handbags he designs for his eponymous label as well as for the Swiss luxury brand Bally (he was named the firm's creative director in 2007).
This come-hither aesthetic is detectable but not overpowering in his residence.
Last year, in May of 2010, Mister New York City crib is described as, “A small condo in the West Village.” Of course, we don’t know a cork board from a skate board.
Maybe Mister Berkus lives in a starchitect-designed apartment he may or may not own in too-trendy West Chelsea or maybe he lives in a bantam one-bedroom in the leafy, lovely and lavishly gentrified West Village.