Photos: Brit Pop

Fearless design champions David Gill and Francis Sultana bring their work home.

by William Shaw

David Gill and Francis Sultana

The living room of David Gill and Francis Sultana’s London apartment, with Richard Prince’s Untitled (Woman With Eyelashes), 1982–1984, above the mantel. On the Garouste and Bonetti coffee table is their collection of ashtrays and cigarette boxes. The upholstered chair is by Emilio Terry.


Gill, in the dining room, with Franz West’s Untitled (Orange), 2003, and a Grayson Perry vase.


The couple modified the Garouste and Bonetti dining table with a scagliola marbleized top.


A Seville torchère by Garouste and Bonetti, one of the design duo’s pieces for Gill.


Sultana sits on a King Bonk chair in front of a shelf by Zaha Hadid and Christopher Wool’s Untitled, 2003.


Sultana says of the Eugene Printz sofas in the study: “We’ve had them for 25 years. Wherever we’ve moved to they’ve fit in.”


Also in the living room: An Alu console table by Mattia Bonetti, underneath Paul McCarthy’s Aug25, 1668, Pirate Drawings, 2001. The ceramics are by Barnaby Barford and Grayson Perry.