Lenny Kravitz is recognized as one of the most famous Rockstar of all time, known for the most amazing hits, through all ages. He’s eccentric and famous for his outside of the box choices in fashion and design. Join Paris Design Agenda and take a peek at his Parisian palace that is filled with new classicism, soul, and glamour.
In Lenny Kravitz’s bedroom, upstairs, a steel and leather bed with integrated nightstands, an Elda armchair with suede-covered cushions by Joe Colombo, a chest of drawers by Paul Evans and a Zénith candelabra, sconces, and chandelier from the iconic Baccarat.
In the living room, under a chandelier in Swarovski crystals, there are Togo sofas by Michel Ducaroy, surrounded by a coffee table from Gabriella Crespi. On the fireplace, framed by two elephant tusks, rest boots that belonged to James Brown and the shoes from the last fight between Joe Frazier and Mohamed Ali.
In the small library lounge, the many awards of the singer-musician-producer are arranged under a portrait of John Lennon. The mottled armchairs have been dressed in fur, around a coffee table by Karl Springer.
In a guest room, covered with silver and chocolate wallpaper from Flavor Paper, there’s a painting by Ara Starck is placed on the fireplace. Next to it, there’s an exquisite armchair covered with snakeskin.
In the star’s bathroom, marble, woodwork, and Baccarat crystal. On the left, you can see the huge hammam. In the foreground, a sculpted chair by Pedro Friedeberg and a Gun lamp by Philippe Starck for Flos. As you can see, Lenny Kravitz‘s palace is an absolute dream!