ART & DESIGN

Yves Gastou: Mix Master


French antiques dealer Yves Gastou has decorated his Paris apartment and Biarritz home with no heed for the rules of interior design. Expect the unexpected.

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Photographer: Ivan Terestchenko

Yves Gastou’s vacation house, as seen from the pool, with a Marc Newson lounge chair.

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The living room of Gastou’s house in Biarritz, filled with a neoclassical commode by Gio Ponti, a coffee table by Jansen, armchairs by Jean-Charles Moreux, and a carpet by André Arbus.

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An Adnet cabinet in the Biarritz dining room.

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A stairway in the Paris apartment.

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A Christian Liagre couch and an Arbus coffee table in Paris.

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A bedroom in the Biarritz house with a chair by Newson and a statue by Louis Lejeune.

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Gastou’s Paris boutique features a chair and lamp by Philippe Hiquily.

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Gastou’s son’s room in Paris, with a chair by Newson and a cabinet by Ettore Sottsass.

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Gastou’s Biarritz bedroom.

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Photographer: Ivan Terestchenko

A room in Paris with pieces by Arbus, Newson and Lucio Fontana.

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Gastou’s Paris apartment with a chair and side table by Arbus and a skull, above right hanging on wall, by Maria Pergay.

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Gastou finds a rock on the Biarritz beach.