On the top floor of a Hausmannian building in Paris’s 12th arrondissement, Alejandro Jodorowsky, the cult director of The Holy Mountain, and his wife Pascale Montandon-Jodorowsky share an apartment that overflows with books organized by various spiritual philosophies: Taoism, Zen, Tarot. Jewish Mysticism, Freud, Adonis. A decades-old collection of talismans and statuettes of the Buddha and the Virgin Mary, Padre Pio and El Santo de los Narcotraficantes dot the shelves, and the contemporary designer furniture (Philippe Starck, Michele De Lucchi, and the Bouroullec brothers) commingles in the salon with the plant life, including the “liberated bonsais” that the couple has allowed to grow past their typically miniature size. It’s a home that thrives on its own lush mysticism, as does the couple’s relationship. A look around, here.