The Legendary Kenzō House Lists in the Heart of Paris
Location: Paris, France
Price: Price Upon Request
Designer: Kenzō Takada
Renovation Architect: Kengo Kuma
Year Built: 1993
Footprint: 13,778 square feet (seven bedrooms, two full and seven half baths)
From the Agent: "Kenzō House was built by the late Paris-based Japanese fashion designer Kenzō Takada in 1993 and redesigned in 2018 by celebrated architect Kengo Kuma. The 13,778-square-foot, four-story home is hidden far from view in the courtyard of an 18th-century residential building in the city’s historic Bastille district, a quiet, fashionable enclave of the Rive Gauche. Built around its own interior courtyard, the cedar-clad residence is anchored to nature by landscaped terraces on an authentic Japanese garden with a stone-studded pond stocked with nishiki carp. The original project took about seven years to complete. A redesign by architect Kengo Kuma followed in 2018."
The Kenzō House is currently listed in Paris, France, by Marie-Hélène Lundgreen of Christie’s International Real Estate.
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